Negative feedback loops help maintain the function of mutated proteins

Posted by on June 22, 2016 6:50 pm
Categories: Tech

Negative feedback is a universal control mechanism that lets a system’s output throttle its input. If an engine revs up, negative feedback tapers its power source. But if the engine slows down, it re-opens the power source, keeping output reliably steady. This is an example of a negative feedback that can be found in many systems.

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