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Apart from the degree and network motifs, genes on different layers or having different offspring nodes (regulated by this gene) could provide information on understanding biological processes . These network topology-based analyses have been widely used in identifying important genes in multiple studies of different species. However, some other cautions should be announced in all of these measurements besides the fact that they are based on different considerations. First, it is hard to consider the combinatorial inﬂuence of the genes, such as when removing either one of two genes with very similar connections, the network will not be badly inﬂuenced because there is a backup gene, but when removing both of them, the whole network will collapse.
The dimeric forms of repressor and cro bind to these binding sites to regulate the transcription of genes cI and cro [78, 79, 83]. Biochemical reactions in this system are classiﬁed into fast reactions and slow reactions. Fast reactions include two monomer–dimer reactions and binding reactions of ligands to the promoter sites, and they are assumed to be in an equilibrium state. Slow reactions represent transcription and degradation. A complete list of the possible binding conﬁgurations and the corresponding free energy of these conﬁgurations can be found in [85, 88].