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AbstractSpatial organisation through localisation/compartmentalisation of species is a ubiquitous but poorly understood feature of cellular biomolecular networks. Current technologies in systems and synthetic biology (spatial proteomics, imaging, synthetic compartmentalisation) necessitate a systematic approach to elucidating the interplay of networks and spatial organisation. We develop a systems framework towards this end and focus on the effect of spatial localisation of network componentsdoi:10.1038/s41467-021-24760-y pmid:34504069 fatcat:tj6zcqgxd5gd3hn7dd6gu55ssq