Browsing by Author "Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-"

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  • Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Seoane, Luís F., 1985- (MDPI, 2022)
    When computers started to become a dominant part of technology around the 1950s, fundamental questions about reliable designs and robustness were of great relevance. Their development gave rise to the exploration of new ...
  • Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Seoane, Luís F., 1985- (MDPI, 2022)
  • Widder, Stefanie; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Macía, Javier (BioMed Central, 2012)
    Background: Transcription networks define the core of the regulatory machinery of cellular life and are largely responsible for information processing and decision making. At the small scale, interaction motifs have been ...
  • Piñero, Jordi; Redner, Sidney; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (IOP Publishing Ltd., 2022)
    Cooperative interactions pervade in a broad range of many-body populations, such as ecological communities, social organizations, and economic webs. We investigate the dynamics of a population of two equivalent species A ...
  • Aguadé Gorgorió, Guim, 1991-; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (BioMed Central, 2019)
    Background: Genetic instability is known to relate with carcinogenesis by providing tumors with a mechanism for fast adaptation. However, mounting evidence also indicates causal relation between genetic instability and ...
  • Berdugo, Miguel; Delgado Baquerizo, Manuel; Soliveres, Santiago; Hernández Clemente, Rocío; Zhao, Yanchuang; Gaitán, Juan J.; Gross, Nicolas; Saiz, Hugo; Maire, Vincent; Lehmann, Anika; Rillig, Matthias C.; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Maestre, Fernando T. (American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2020)
    Aridity, which is increasing worldwide because of climate change, affects the structure and functioning of dryland ecosystems. Whether aridification leads to gradual (versus abrupt) and systemic (versus specific) ecosystem ...
  • Macía, Javier; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2014)
    Biological systems perform computations at multiple scales and they do so in a robust way. Engineering metaphors have often been used in order to provide a rationale for modeling cellular and molecular computing networks ...
  • Seoane, Luís F., 1985-; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (American Physical Society, 2023)
    Why are living systems complex? Why does the biosphere contain living beings with complexity features beyond those of the simplest replicators? What kind of evolutionary pressures result in more complex life forms? These ...
  • Conde Pueyo, Núria, 1983-; Munteanu, Andreea; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Rodríguez Caso, Carlos (BioMed Central, 2009)
    Background: Two genes are called synthetic lethal (SL) if mutation of either alone is not lethal, but mutation of both leads to death or a significant decrease in organism's fitness. The detection of SL gene pairs constitutes ...
  • Macía, Javier; Manzoni, Romilde; Conde Pueyo, Núria, 1983-; Urrios Garcia, Arturo, 1990-; Nadal Clanchet, Eulàlia de; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Posas Garriga, Francesc (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2016)
    Engineered synthetic biological devices have been designed to perform a variety of functions from sensing molecules and bioremediation to energy production and biomedicine. Notwithstanding, a major limitation of in vivo ...
  • Seoane, Luís F., 1985-; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (Royal Society, 2018)
    Despite the obvious advantage of simple life forms capable of fast replication, different levels of cognitive complexity have been achieved by living systems in terms of their potential to cope with environmental uncertainty. ...
  • Corominas Murtra, Bernat; Rodríguez Caso, Carlos; Goñi, Joaquín; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2011)
    In this paper we explore the concept of hierarchy as a quantifiable descriptor of ordered structures, departing from the definition of three conditions to be satisfied for a hierarchical structure: order, predictability, ...
  • Maestre, Fernando T.; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Singh, Brajesh K. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2017)
    We briefly review how microbial biotechnology can contribute to improve activities aiming to restore degraded drylands and to combat their desertification, which are an integral part of the Sustainable Development Goal 15 ...
  • Vélez de Mendizábal, Nieves; Carneiro, Jorge; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Goñi, Joaquín; Bragard, Jean; Martínez Forero, Ivan; Martínez Pasamar, Sara; Sepulcre, Jorge; Torrealdea, Javier; Bagnato, Francesca; García Ojalvo, Jordi; Villoslada, Pablo (BioMed Central, 2011)
    Background: The relapsing-remitting dynamics is a hallmark of autoimmune diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Although current understanding of both cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of ...
  • Shirt-Ediss, Ben; Ruíz-Mirazo, Kepa; Mavelli, Fabio; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (Nature Publishing Group, 2014)
    Recent experimental work in the field of synthetic protocell biology has shown that prebiotic vesicles are able to ‘steal’ lipids from each other. This phenomenon is driven purely by asymmetries in the physical state or ...
  • Avena-Koenigsberger, Andrea; Goñi, Joaquín; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Sporns, Olaf (Royal Society, 2015)
    The structure of complex networks has attracted much attention in recent years. It has been noted that many real-world examples of networked systems share a set of common architectural features. This raises important ...
  • Piñero, Jordi; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (MDPI, 2018)
    Life evolved on our planet by means of a combination of Darwinian selection and innovations leading to higher levels of complexity. The emergence and selection of replicating entities is a central problem in prebiotic ...
  • Piñero, Jordi; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962- (MDPI, 2018)
  • Joppa, Lucas N.; Montoya, José M.; Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Sanderson, Jim; Pimm, Stuart L. (Evolutionary Ecology, 2010)
    Questions: Are interaction patterns in species interaction networks different from what one expects by chance alone? In particular, are these networks nested – a pattern where resources taken by more specialized consumers ...
  • Solé Vicente, Ricard, 1962-; Amor, Daniel R.; Valverde, Sergi (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2016)
    It has been suggested that innovations occur mainly by combination: the more inventions accumulate, the higher the probability that new inventions are obtained from previous designs. Additionally, it has been conjectured ...

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