# Team:UCSF/Modeling

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<regulartext>**A summary of our modeling work is shown on this page and a detailed analysis can be downloaded <a href="https://dl.dropbox.com/u/24404809/iGEM%202012/igem%202012%20website%20photos/Modeling/Modeling%20of%20the%20original%20auxotroph%20system.pdf"> HERE</a> <br> | <regulartext>**A summary of our modeling work is shown on this page and a detailed analysis can be downloaded <a href="https://dl.dropbox.com/u/24404809/iGEM%202012/igem%202012%20website%20photos/Modeling/Modeling%20of%20the%20original%20auxotroph%20system.pdf"> HERE</a> <br> | ||

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+ | <regulartext>Our goal is to get a steady ratio of the two strains’ populations, which is neither too large nor too small. Firstly, we did mathematical analysis based on the ODEs above; then we did simulation of this system. What’s more, we also searched suitable parameters which could make the system go to a steady ratio of the two strains to test the robustness of this system. At last, we did a sensitivity analysis which could tell us which parameter is sensitive if we want to get a steady ratio. |

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