Figure 2.

Screening result. a, b, c) Coefficient of variation <a onClick="popup('','MathML',630,470);return false;" target="_blank" href="">View MathML</a> for BR (C) (1 to 30 molecules) formation is shown both in the presence of Cv - 2 = 105 molecules (gray) and in the absence of Cv-2 (black), where a, b, c represents the noise attenuation, noise amplification and biphasic subclasses of Cv-2 behavior respectively. d) Histogram of noise change for all 625 parameter sets demonstrates that the majority of solutions result in noise attenuation.

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