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Circuits with broken fibration symmetries perform core logic computations in biological networks. Ian Leifer, Flaviano Morone, Saulo D. S. Reis, José S. Andrade Jr., Mariano Sigman, Hernán A. Makse ---------- Legend for the data: "Regulations_in_ATRM" - "Arabidopsis Thaliana" "regulations_bacilus_cleaned" - "Bacillus subtilis" "Micobacterium_tuberculosis" - "Micobacterium tuberculosis" "salmonella_Typhi_SL1344_RN" - "Salmonella SL1344" "SGD_full_yeast_TF-G" - "Yeast SGD" "YTRP_TF_gene_regulatory" - "Yeast YTRP regulatory" "YTRP_TF_gene_binding" - "Yeast YTRP binding" "trrust_rawdata.mouse" - "Mouse TRRUST" "trrust_rawdata.human" - "Human TRRUST2" "human_network_tf_gene_weighted" - "Human TRRUST" "combinedKEGG" - "Human KEGG"
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