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XN ÞÀgi ð x 1 ; . . ; xN Þ; ¼ fi ð dt i ¼ 1; . . ; N where fi ð x 1 ; . . ; xN Þ and gi ð x 1 ; . . ; xN Þ represent the increase and decrease processes in the value xi of species Si , respectively. Here, xi normally represents the concentration of species Si , whereas in stochastic models we use xi to represent the molecular number of species Si . It is assumed that the increase and decrease of the molecular number xi in a time interval ½t; t þ tÞ are samples of the Poisson random variables with mean fi ðx1 ; .
2 Toggle Switch with the SOS Pathway The genetic toggle switch, which is the ﬁrst engineered switching network implemented on plasmids in Escherichia coli [26, 69] and in mammalian cells , is a robust bistable system comprised of two genes and regulated by a double-negative feedback loop. 1, this system consists of two genes, lacI and l cI, that encode the transcriptional regulator proteins, LacR and l CI, respectively [26, 69]. When E. coli cells are exposed to various concentrations of mitomycin C (MMC), the application of MMC causes DNA damage that leads to the activation of protein RecA.
1. 1 Direct Method  Step 1: Calculate the values of propensity functions aj ðxÞ based on the system state P x at time t and a0 ðxÞ ¼ M j¼1 aj ðxÞ. Step 2: Generate a sample r1 of the uniformly distributed random variable Uð0; 1Þ and determine the time of the next reaction: m¼ 1 1 ln a0 ðxÞ r1 Step 3: Generate an independent sample r2 of Uð0; 1Þ to determine the index k of the next reaction occurring in ½t; t þ mÞ: kÀ1 X aj ðxÞ < r2 a0 ðxÞ j¼1 k X aj ðxÞ j¼1 Step 4: Update the state of the system by: xðt þ mÞ ¼ xðtÞ þ nk Step 5: Go to Step (1) if t þ m system state xðTÞ ¼ xðtÞ.