Critical points, fitness, and evolution in natural and synthetic biological networks.
E. coli growing in a high lactose concentration.

Principal Investigator

Christian Ray, Assistant Professor

Computational Biology Profile

Molecular Biosciences Profile



New paper published:

Amino acid positions subject to multiple coevolutionary constraints can be robustly identified by their eigenvector network centrality scores
Daniel J. Parente, J. Christian J. Ray, Liskin Swint-Kruse

Proteins (2015) 83(12):2293–2306. DOI 10.1002/prot.24948


New paper published:

Stress-response balance drives the evolution of a network module and its host genome
Caleb González, Joe Christian J Ray, Michael Manhart, Rhys M Adams, Dmitry Nevozhay, Alexandre V Morozov, Gábor Balázsi

Molecular Systems Biology (2015) 11: 827. DOI 10.15252/msb.20156185


End of Semester Lab Lunch

Christian gave a talk at the K-INBRE symposium in Topeka, KS.


Dry Lab

Center for Computational Biology
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Lawrence, KS 66045

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Wet Lab

Department of Molecular Biosciences
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