## Stochastic gene expression in switching environments

### In: Journal of Mathematical Biology, 2007, vol. 55, no. 2, p. 249-269

Organisms are known to adapt to regularly varying environments. However, in most cases, the fluctuations of the environment are irregular and stochastic, alternating between favorable and unfavorable regimes, so that cells must cope with an uncertain future. A possible response is population diversification. We assume here that the cell population is divided into two groups, corresponding to... More