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Biochemical adaptation is one of the basic functions that are widely implemented in biological systems for a variety of purposes such as signal sensing, stress response and homeostasis. The adaptation time scales span from milliseconds to days, involving different regulatory machineries in different processes. The adaptive networks with enzymatic regulation (ERNs) have been investigated in detail. But it remains unclear if and how other forms of regulation will impact the network topology anddoi:10.1038/srep42648 pmid:28233824 pmcid:PMC5324054 fatcat:ytn73pbjwrhr7etlu5x5sddzs4