105. Wang, Xin, and Chao Tang. "Optimal growth of microbes on mixed carbon sources." arXiv preprint arXiv:1703.08791 (2017).  

104. W. Shi, W. Ma, L. Xiong, M. Zhang, C. Tang*, “Adaptation with transcriptional regulation,” Scientific Reports 7, 42648 (2017).  

103. H. Hu, H. Zhang, S. Wang, M. Ding, H. An, Y. Hou, X. Yang, W. Wei*, Y. Sun*, and C. Tang*, “Live visualization of genomic loci with BiFC-TALE,” Scientific Reports 7, 40192 (2017).  

102. L. Xiong, W. Shi, and C. Tang*, “Adaptation through proportion,” Physical Biology 13, 046007 (2016).  

101. C. Tang, “What Have the Principles of Engineering Taught Us about Biological Systems?” Cell Systems 2, 7 (2016).  

100. X. Ping and C. Tang*, “An Atlas of Network Topologies Reveals Design Principles for Caenorhabditis elegans Vulval Precursor Cell Fate Patterning,” PLoS ONE 10: e0131397 (2015).  

99. H. Shi, X. Wang, X. Mo, C. Tang, S. Zhong*, and X. Deng*, “Arabidopsis DET1 degrades HFR1 but stabilizes PIF1 to precisely regulate seed germination,” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 112, 3817 (2015).  

98. X. Liu, X. Wang, X. Yang, S. Liu, L. Jiang, Y. Qu, L. Hu, Q. Ouyang, and Chao Tang*, “Reliable cell cycle commitment in budding yeast is ensured by signal integration,” eLife: e03977 (2015).  

97. D. Lu, J. Y. Hsiao, N. E. Davey, V. A. V. Voorhis, S. A. Foster, C. Tang*, and D. O. Morgan*, “Multiple mechanisms determine the order of APC/C substrate degradation in mitosis,” The Journal of Cell Biology 207, 23 (2014).  

96. C. Chang* and C. Tang*, “Community detection for networks with unipartite and bipartite structure,” New Journal of Physics 16, 093001 (2014).  

95. A. Stern, S. Bianco, M. T. Yeh, C. Wright, K. Butcher, C. Tang, R. Nielsen, and R. Andino*, “Costs and Benefits of Mutational Robustness in RNA Viruses,” Cell Reports 8,1026 (2014).  

94. N. Yin, W. Ma, J. Pei, Q. Ouyang, C. Tang, and L. Lai*, “Synergistic and Antagonistic Drug Combinations Depend on Network Topology,” PLoS ONE 9(4): e93960 (2014).  

93. Z. Li, S. Bianco, Z. Zhang, and C. Tang*, “Generic properties of random gene regulatory networks,” Quantitative Biology 1, 253 (2013).  

92. X. Yang, K.-Y. Lau, V. Sevim, and C. Tang*, “Design Principles of the Yeast G1/S Switch,” PLoS Biol 11(10): e1001673 (2013).  

91. X. Yang, A. P. Jost, O. Weiner*, and C. Tang*, “A light-inducible organelle targeting system for dynamically activating and inactivating signaling in budding yeast,” Mol Biol Cell 24, 2419 (2013).  

90. J. Shu, C. Wu, Y. T. Wu, Z. Li, S. D. Shao, W. H. Zhao, X. Tang, H. Yang, L. J. Shen, X. H. Zuo, W. F. Yang, Y. Shi, X. C. Chi, H. Q. Zhang, G. Gao, Y. M. Shu, K. H. Yuan, W. W. He, C. Tang*, Y. Zhao and H. K. Deng* “Induction of pluripotency in mouse somatic cells with lineage specifiers,” Cell 153, 963 (2013).  

89. C. M. Lee*, S. Gong, C. Tang, and W. A. Lim, “Bridging cross-cultural gaps in scientific exchange through innovative team challenge workshops,” Quantitative Biology 1, 3 (2013).  

88. M. Zhang and C. Tang*, “A new inter- and multi-disciplinary forum for modeling, engineering and understanding life,” Quantitative Biology 1, 1 (2013).  

87. W. A. Lim*, C. M. Lee, and C. Tang. “Design principles of regulatory networks: searching for the molecular algorithms of the cell,” Mol Cell 49, 202 (2013).  

86. A. H. Chau, J. M. Walter, J Gerardin, C. Tang*, and W. A. Lim*, “Designing synthetic regulatory networks capable of self-organizing cell polarization,” Cell 151, 320 (2012).  

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