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Access to the article is free, however registration and sign-in are required. How are the myriad components inside the cell connected together, enabling the cell to carry out its specific functions? In their Perspective, Oltvai and BarabÃ¡si discuss two new studies (Lee et al., Milo et al.) that investigate both biological networks of intracellular components and nonbiological networks such as the World Wide Web. They explain that all networks seem to be organized according to the same distinct principles.
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