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31.- Criticality is an emergent property of genetic networks that exhibit evolvability. Christian Torres-Sosa, Sui Huang and Maximino Aldana. In press, PLoS Computational Biology 8(9): e1002669 (2012). pdf

30.- Pattern Recognition in Neural Networks with Competing Dynamics: Coexistence of Fixed-Point and Cyclic Attractors. Jose Luis Herrera Aguilar, Hernan Larrande and Maximinno Aldana.PLoS ONE 7(8): e42348 (2012). pdf
 
29.- Regulatory design governing progression of population growth phases in bacteria. Agustino Martinez-Antonio, Jason G. Lomnitz, Santiago Sandoval, Maximino Aldana, Michal Savageau. PLoS ONE 7(2): e30654 (2011). pdf
 
28.- Discrete dynamics model for the Ca2+ signaling network related to sperm motility. Jesús Espinal, Maximino Aldana, Adan Guerrero, Christopher Wood, Alberto Darszon, Gustavo Martínez Mekler. PLoS ONE 6(8): e22619  (2011) pdf
 
27.- Boolean Threshold Networks: Virtues and Limitations for Biological Modeling. Jorge. G. T. Zañudo, Maximino Aldana and Gustavo Martinez-Mekler. In Information Processing in Biological Systems. Eds: Andre Ribeiro and Samuli Niiranen. Springer-Verlag (2010). pdf
 
26.- On the Emergence of Collective Order in Swarming Systems: A Recent Debate. M. Aldana, H. Larrande and B. Vázquez. International Journal of Modern Physics B, 23(18), 3661-3685 (2009). pdf
 
25.- Floral Morphogenesis: Stochastic Explorations of a Gene Network Epigenetic Landscape. E.R. Alvarez-Buylla, A. Chaos, M. Aldana, M. Benitez, Y. Cortes-Poza, C. Espinosa-Soto1, D.A. Hartasanchez, R. Beau Lotto, D. Malkin, G.J. Escalera Santos, P. Padilla-Longoria. PLoS ONE, 3(11): e3626 (2008). pdf
 
24.- New tools for characterizing swarming systems: a comparison of minimal models. C. Huepe and M. Aldana. Physica A, 387: 2809-2822 (2008). pdf
 
23.- On the Occurrence and Robustness of Current Reversals in Over-damped Deterministic Ratchets under Symmetric Forcing. R. Salgado-García, G. Martínez-Mekler, M. Aldana.Physical Review E, 78: 01126 (2008). pdf
 
22.- Intrinsic and Extrinsic Nose Effects in the Phase Transition of Swarming Systems and Related Network Models. A. Pimentel, M. Aldana, C. Huepe, and H. Larralde. Physical Review E, 77  (2008), 061138. pdf
 
21.- Critical Dynamics in Genetic Regulatory Networks: Examples from Four Kingdoms. E. Balleza, E. Alvarez-Buylla, A. Chaos, S.A. Kauffman, I. Shmulevich, and M. Aldana. PLoS ONE, 3(6) (2008), e2456. pdf
 
20.- Gene Expression Dynamics in the Macrophage Exhibit Criticality. M. Nykter, N.D. Price, M. Aldana, S.A. Ramsey, S.A. Kauffman, L.E. Hood, O. Yli-Harja, and I. Shmulevich. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 105(6) (2008) 1897-1900. pdf
 
19.- Phase Transitions in Systems of Self-Propelled Agents and Related Network Models. M. Aldana, V. Dossetti, C. Huepe, V. M. Kenkre, and H. Larralde. Physical Review Letters, 98 (2007), 095702.pdf
 
18.- Robustness and Evolvability in Genetic Regulatory Networks. M. Aldana, E. Balleza, S.A. Kauffman, and O. Resendis. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 245 (2007), 433-448. pdf
 
17.- From Genes to Flower Pattern and Evolution: Dynamic Models of Gene Regulatory Networks. Alvaro Chaos, Max Aldana, Carlos Espinosa-Soto, Berenice García Ponce de León, Adriana Garay Arroyo, and Elena R. Alvarez-Buylla. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 25 (2006) 278. pdf
 
16.- Deterministic Ratchets, Circle Maps, and Current Reversals. R. Salgado-Garcia, M. Aldana, and G. Martinez-Mekler. Phisical Review Letters, 96 (2006) 134101. pdf
 
15.- Eukaryotic Cells are Dynamically Ordered or Critical but not Chaotic. I. Shmulevich, S.A. Kauffman, and M. Aldana. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 102(38) (2005) 13439-13444. pdf
 
14.- Static Pairwise Annihilation in Commplex Networks. M.F. Laguna, M. Aldana, H. Larralde, P.E. Parris, and V.M. Kenkre. Physical Review E, 72 (2005) 026102. pdf
 
13.- Phase Transitions in Scale-Free Neural Networks: Departure from the Standard Mean-Field Universality Class. M. Aldana and H. Larralde. Physical Review E, 70 (2004) 066130. pdf
 
12.- Intermittency and Clustering in a System of Self-Driven Particles. C. Huepe and M. Aldana. Physical Review Letters, 92(16) (2004) 168701. pdf
 
11.- Polymer Transport in Random Potentials and the Genetic Code: The Waltz of Life. M. Aldana, G. Cocho, H. Larralde, G. Martinez-Mekler. Annales Henri Poincaré, 4, Supppl. 1 (2003), S459-S474. pdf
 
10.- Dynamics of Boolean Networks with Scale Free Topology.  M. Aldanda. Physica D, 185(1) (2003), 45-66. pdf
 
9.- A natural Class of Robust networks, M. Aldana and Phillipe Cluzel. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 100 (15), July 2003, 8710-8714. pdf
 
8.- Phase Transitions in Self-Driven Many-Particle Systems and Related Non-Equilibrium Models: A Network Approach. M. Aldana and C. Huepe.  Journal of Statistical Physics, 112, (1/2),  (July 2003), 135-153pdf
 
7.- Numerical and Theoretical Studies of Noise Effects in the Kauffman Model. X. Qu, M. Aldana, Leo. P. Kadanoff. Journal of Statistical Physics, 109 (5/6), (December 2002), 967-986.  pdf
 
6.- Boolean Dynamics with Random Couplings. M. Aldana-Gonzalez, Susan Coppersmith and Leo P. Kadanoff. In Perspectives and Problems in Nonlinear Science. A celebratory volule in honor of Lawrence Sirovich.  Springer Applied Mathematical Sciences Series. Ehud Kaplan, Jerrold E. Marsden, and Katepalli R. Sreenivasan Eds. (May 2003), 23-89. ISBN: 0-387-00312-6.  pdf
 
5.- Dynamical Phase Transition in a Neural Network Model with  Noise:  an Exact Solution. C. Huepe-Minoletti and M. Aldana-Gonzalez. Journal of Statistical Physics108 (3/4) (2002), 527-540.  pdf
 
4.- Translocation Properties of Primitive Molecular Machines and their Relevance to the Structure of the Genetic Code. M. Aldana, G. Cocho, H. Larralde, G. Martinez-Mekler.  Journal of Theoretical Biology,220 (1) 27-45 (January 2003).  pdf
 
3.- Statistical Characterization of Random Electrostatic Potentials. M. Aldana, H. Larralde, G. Martinez-Mekler. Physical  Review  E, 61 (6) (2000), 6136-6148. pdf
 
2.- Primordial Synthesis Machines and the Origin of the Genetic Code.  M. Aldana, F. Cazarez-Bush, G. Cocho, G. Martinez-Mekler.  Physica A,  257  (1998), 119-127.pdf
 
1.- Primitive Molecular Machine Scenario for the Origin of the Three Base Codon Composition. G. Martinez-Mekler, M. Aldana, F.  Cazarez-Bush, R. Garcia-Pelayo, G. Cocho. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 29 (2), (1999), 203-214. pdf