Paring down signaling complexity

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A new method for characterizing signaling responses to pairs of agonists predicts how cells react to higher-order combinations of external stimuli.

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Figure 1: Combining pairwise agonist scanning (PAS) with neural-network modeling to capture a complex stimulus landscape.

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