### Table 5: A bistable biochemical network with multiple timescales and spontaneous escape

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### Table 1. Analysis of physical and biochemical parameters for patient 10001

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### Table 1. Stability Analysis.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Therefore it is important to understand the stability of this system (for more details see [15]), and incorporate the geometry of the environment in the low-level behaviors. Table1 shows... ..."

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### Table 1 Scheme of stability analysis

"... In PAGE 1: ... Standard stability analysis. This proceeds as follows (see the scheme in Table1 ): The di erential equation is linearized and diagonalized, so that it becomes a linear scalar di erence equation. The latter is solved by putting yn := Rn y0, which leads to a characteristic equation (R; z) = 0 where z = h is a complex variable, an eigenvalue of the Jacobian and h is the step size.... ..."

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### Table 7: Stability analysis with emission trading

"... In PAGE 23: ...3.2 Farsighted internal stability analysis We summarize in Table7 all the pay o#0B #0Cgures for the di#0Berent Kyoto members under the PANE w.... ..."

### Table 1 Biochemical conversions and transport processes, and number of ORFs associated with the metabolic reactions

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"... In PAGE 2: ... Results Reconstruction of the metabolic network and ORF annotation The metabolic network of A. nidulans was reconstructed using a pathway-driven approach, which resulted in the assignment of metabolic roles to 472 ORFs that had not pre- viously been annotated ( Table1 ). The reconstructed meta- bolic network linked a total of 666 genes to metabolic Genome Biology 2006, 7:R108 flavus [13-15], and A.... In PAGE 3: ...com/2006/7/11/R108 Genome Biology 2006, Volume 7, Issue 11, Article R108 David et al. R1 biochemical transformations and 118 are transport processes ( Table1 ), as well as 732 metabolites. Out of the 1,213 reac- tions there are 794 that are unique (681 unique biochemical conversions and 113 unique transport processes), indicating that 419 of the reactions in the metabolic network are redun- dant.... ..."

### Table 14. Stability analysis: Reducing the number of

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"... In PAGE 13: ... In contrast, in the next section, we consider the case where a peak may be incorrectly identified as a slow-exchanging peak, thereby disallowing a correct assignment from consideration. As shown in Table14 , NVR is quite robust to a reduced set of slow-exchanging peaks; ac- curacies above 90% are reported when 50% of the slow-exchanging peaks are discarded. Corrupting the amide exchange data Finally, we tested the effect of corrupted amide- exchange data.... ..."

### TABLE 1 Local Network Positions

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### Table 2- Loading patterns and the critical loads in stability analysis

"... In PAGE 9: ... Several different loading patterns are taken in the stability analysis of this bridge. Table2 lists the load patterns and critical load of the stability analysis. In the six loading patterns, only the increment of construction load, which includes a 100-ton crane at the end of the girder and a uniform load of 1 ton/meter at the maximum single-cantilever stage, shows the coupling of bending in vertical and in lateral directions.... ..."