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Feedback control is the key to achieve robust performances for many engineered systems. However, its application in biological contexts is still largely unexplored. In this work, we designed, analyzed and simulated a layered controller functioning at both molecular and populational levels. First, we used a minimal model of three states to represent a system where state A activates state B; state R is a by-product of state B that acts as a negative feedback regulating both state A, B, anddoi:10.1101/647057 fatcat:f7fpt2q6jjhd7nl4hjtlhrydda