Volume 96, Number 1, April 2009
Application notes in systems biology
- Yang Zhan, Shuixia Guo, Keith M. Kendrick, Jianfeng Feng:
Filtering noise for synchronised activity in multi-trial electrophysiology data using Wiener and Kalman filters.
- Kuniyuki Hatori, Masahiro Matsui, Yoichiro Omote:
Slowly modulating fluctuations as mesoscopic distortions occurring on an actin filament.
- Ping Xie:
A thermal ratchet model of tRNA-mRNA translocation by the ribosome.
- Jun Tanimoto:
A simple scaling of the effectiveness of supporting mutual cooperation in donor-recipient games by various reciprocity mechanisms.
- Sadahiro Iwabuchi, Koichi Kawahara:
Oxygen-glucose deprivation-induced enhancement of extracellular ATP-P2Y purinoceptors signaling for the propagation of astrocytic calcium waves.
- Richard M. P. Sayer:
Passive competition between pairs of self-ordering proto-replicators and the effect of primitive membranes.
- Zaher Dawy, Faruck Morcos, Johanna Weindl, Jakob C. Mueller:
Translation initiation modeling and mutational analysis based on the 3'-end of the Escherichia coli 16S rRNA sequence.
- Ádám Kun, István Scheuring:
Evolution of cooperation on dynamical graphs.
- Terrance Quinn, Zachariah Sinkala:
Dynamics of prostate cancer stem cells with diffusion and organism response.
- David H. Jones, Richard McWilliam, Alan Purvis:
Designing convergent cellular automata.
- Michael Hecker, Sandro Lambeck, Susanne Töpfer, Eugene P. van Someren, Reinhard Guthke:
Gene regulatory network inference: Data integration in dynamic models - A review.
- Andrea Sackmann, Dorota Formanowicz, Piotr Formanowicz, Jacek Blazewicz:
New insights into the human body iron metabolism analyzed by a Petri net based approach.
- Gerhard Werner:
Viewing brain processes as Critical State Transitions across levels of organization: Neural events in Cognition and Consciousness, and general principles.
Volume 96, Number 2, May 2009
Application notes in systems biology
- Richard J. Wilson:
Kinesin's walk: Springy or gated head coordination?
- Toshiyuki Nakajima, Akiko Sano, Hideaki Matsuoka:
Auto-/heterotrophic endosymbiosis evolves in a mature stage of ecosystem development in a microcosm composed of an alga, a bacterium and a ciliate.
- Marcin Molski:
Two-wave model of the muscle contraction.
- Kumiko Kihara, Kotaro Mori, Shingo Suzuki, Naoaki Ono, Chikara Furusawa, Tetsuya Yomo:
Global/temporal gene expression analysis of Escherichia coli in the early stages of symbiotic relationship development with the cellular slime mold Dictyostelium discoideum.
- Xue-Fang Shang, Xiu-Fang Xu:
The anion recognition properties of hydrazone derivatives containing anthracene.
- Manuel Gámez, Inmaculada López, József Garay, Zoltán Varga:
Observation and control in a model of a cell population affected by radiation.
- István Bókkon:
Visual perception and imagery: A new molecular hypothesis.
Volume 96, Number 3, June 2009
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- Cristiano Cuppini, Elisa Magosso, Mauro Ursino:
A neural network model of semantic memory linking feature-based object representation and words.
- Abraham J. Arenas, Gilberto C. González-Parra, José Antonio Moraño:
Stochastic modeling of the transmission of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in the region of Valencia, Spain.
- Leslie Luthi, Marco Tomassini, Enea Pestelacci:
Evolutionary games on networks and payoff invariance under replicator dynamics.
- Gail Rosen, Paul Hasler, Mark T. Smith:
Implementation of a Hebbian chemoreceptor model for diffusive source localization.
- R. M. Pulselli, E. Simoncini, E. Tiezzi:
Self-organization in dissipative structures: A thermodynamic theory for the emergence of prebiotic cells and their epigenetic evolution.
- Takaaki Musha:
Possibility of high performance quantum computation by superluminal evanescent photons in living systems.
- Hasan Ogul:
Variable context Markov chains for HIV protease cleavage site prediction.
- Chris J. Tinsley:
Creating abstract topographic representations: Implications for coding, learning and reasoning.