Daniel Charlebois, PhD
Research Keywords: Biophysics, mathematical biology, computational, systems and synthetic biology, genetics, epigenetics, evolution, and drug resistance. 
Selected Publications (Full Publication List | Google Scholar | Contact for Curriculum Vitae):
2016Frequency-dependent selection: a diversifying force in microbial populations. Daniel A Charlebois and Gabor Balazsi. Molecular Systems Biology, 12: 880.
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2015Effect and evolution of gene expression noise on the fitness landscape. Daniel A Charlebois.
Physical Review E, 92: 022713.
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2014 Coherent feedforward transcriptional regulatory motifs enhance drug resistance. Daniel A Charlebois, Gabor Balazsi, Mads Kaern.
Physical Review E, 89: 052708.
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2011 Gene express noise facilitates adaptation and drug resistance independently of mutation. Daniel A Charlebois, Nezar Abdennur,
Mads Kaern. Physical Review Letters, 107(21), doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.107.218101.
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2011 An algorithm for the stochastic simulation of gene expression and heterogeneous population dynamics. Daniel A Charlebois,
Jukka Intosalmi, Dawn Fraser, Mads Kaern. Communications in Computational Physics, 9(1): 89-112.
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2009 A biophysicist ponders the application of hidden metric spaces to genetic networks. Daniel Charlebois. Nature, 458(7240): 811.
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