### Unstable Pairs 1

Chaotic Pairs
Nodes that mutually increase each other, such as when both `A increases B` and ```B increases A```.
Dampened Pairs
Nodes that mutually decrease each other, such as when both `A decreases B` and ```B decreases A```.

While neither chaotic nor dampened pairs are biologically invalid, they require additional context to understand their regulation.

Type Node A Node B
Chaotic complex(p(HGNC:HSPB1), p(HGNC:MAPT, pmod(Ph))) p(HGNC:MAPT, pmod(Ph))

Analysis of triple stability comes from a deep graph theoretic background. It identifies triangles within the graph that have logically inconsistent relations.

Separately Unstable Triplet
When both `A positiveCorrelation B`, `B negativeCorrelation C`, but `C positiveCorrelation A`.
Mutually Unstable Triplets
When both `A negativeCorrelation B`, `B negativeCorrelation C`, and `C negativeCorrelation A`.
When `A increases B`, `A decreases C`, and ```C positiveCorrelation A```.
Increase Mismatch Triplet
When `A increases B`, `A increases C`, and ```C negativeCorrelation A```.
Decrease Mismatch Triplet
When `A decreases B`, `A decreases C`, and ```C negativeCorrelation A```.
Type Node A Node B Node C
Jens complex(p(HGNC:HSPB1), p(HGNC:MAPT, pmod(Ph))) p(HGNC:HSPB1) p(HGNC:MAPT, pmod(Ph))
Increase Mismatch complex(p(HGNC:HSPB1), p(HGNC:MAPT, pmod(Ph))) p(HGNC:MAPT, pmod(Ph)) rxn(reactants(p(HGNC:MAPT, pmod(Ph))), products(a(CHEBI:"phosphate(3-)"), p(HGNC:MAPT)))