We describe attracting sets for differential systems appearing in mathematical models of gene regulatory systems. The relation of elements in such systems can be described by regulatory matrices containing elements −1, 0 or 1 corresponding to inhibition, no relation or activation respectively. Four types of regulatory matrices are considered. The respective examples are discussed and the attractive sets are described.

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