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Last updated: Thu Mar 25 14:46:55 1999

  1. tero.aittokallio@utu.fi      Classification of nasal inspiratory flow shapes by attributed finite automata
  2. baake@zi.biologie.uni-muenchen.de      What can and what cannot be inferred from pairwise sequence comparisons?
  3. Christophe.Biernacki@inrialpes.fr      Model on a population and prediction on another one: generalized allocation rule
  4. chebra@phdeg.hop.stu.neva.ru      Operational Multivariate Data Analysis: Theory and Applications in Medicine
  5. matsgyl@utu.fi      Cumulative classification of bacteria
  6. timo@math.kth.se      Exchangeable and Predictive Classification of Bacteria
  7. j-mahecha@usa.net      Fractal Analysis of Peptidase Families
  8. vlad@phdeg.hop.stu.neva.ru      Robust Regression Data Analysis: Achievements, Failures and Prospects
  9. m.steel@math.canterbury.ac.nz      Patching up $X$-trees
  10. tatu.lund@utu.fi      Employing the EM-algorithm to Classification of Bacteria
  11. hans.vandenberg@ztw.wk.wau.nl      Sperm Whales seen through Wavelets
  12. Udo.Ahlvers@stud.uni-hannover.de      Monte Carlo simulation of calcium spike trains in hepatocytes
  13. barthel@imise.uni-leipzig.de      An age structured compartment model of the epidermis of the mouse
  14. milan.brumen@uni-mb.si      Role of Various Calcium Stores in Cytosolic Calcium Oscillations
  15. cerrai@dm.unipi.it      A Mathematical Model of Bacteria Motion
  16. Daniel.Claude@inria.fr      Shift of the period by intermittent stimulation in a model for PER protein oscillations in {\em Drosophila}
  17. dambrogi@univ.trieste.it      A Dipole Model of Active Cell Membrane Behavior
  18. cpfall@ucdavis.edu      Modeling the Mitochondrial Component of IP3 Mediated Ca$^{2+}$ Signaling
  19. aenf@fc.ul.pt      A model of the generation of Maillard modifications in proteins: an assessment of its importance in the determination of life span
  20. dgonze@ulb.ac.be      Theoretical models for circadian rhythms in Neurospora and Drosophila
  21. ghouart@ulb.ac.be      Bursting, chaos and birhythmicity originating from self-modulation of the inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate signal in a model for intracellular Ca$^{2+}$ oscillations
  22. thoefer@bp.biologie.hu-berlin.de      Intercellular synchronization of calcium oscillations
  23. isermann@simtec.imr.mb.uni-siegen.de      Flux Identifiability Analysis of Metabolic Isotopomer Labeling Experiments
  24. jliu@scri.sari.ac.uk      System coordination of biochemical systems as nonlinear dynamical systems
  25. nat@mat520.unime.it      Hyperbolic Wave Features of an Action Potential Transmission in a Nerve Fiber
  26. jcsn@montes.upm.es      Quenching and Phase Shift of Periodic Signals Traveling through Linear Metabolic Chains
  27. mandri@odin.mdacc.tmc.edu      A G1-phase model illustrating the efficiency of an incorporated signal transduction pathway
  28. ndxdpran@rrzn-serv.de      Information-theoretic approaches to endocrine coding
  29. raquepas@math.utah.edu      Calcium Waves in Astrocytes
  30. a.salvador@mail.telepac.pt      Patterns of steady-state behaviour in large-scale models of metabolic processes
  31. Angelique.Stephanou@imag.fr      Modelling cell migration through the local mechanical perturbation induced by the coupling with an extracellular gradient.
  32. sens1rcmd@glas.arc.org      About routine quantitative analysis of experimental oscillatory data with large variability - from simple statistics to fitting.
  33. isusa@ulb.ac.be      Sodium/calcium exchange affects cytoplasmic calcium dynamics and plateau fraction in a cluster model of $\beta$-cells coupled by gap-junctions
  34. dennis.thron@valley.net      Mathematical Analysis of Binary Activation of a Cell Cycle Kinase which Down-Regulates Its Own Inhibitor
  35. wiechert@simtec.imr.mb.uni-siegen.de      Understanding the Dynamics of Metabolic Isotopomer Networks
  36. jana=wolf@rz.hu-berlin.de      Modelling of Metabolic Oscillations in Continuous Yeast Culture
  37. adheiden@uni-wh.de      The biochemical basis of psychophysical laws
  38. devries@math.ualberta.ca      Effect of noise on the emergent collective behaviour of diffusively coupled biological oscillators
  39. ales.fajmut@uni-mb.si      Presentation of Linear and Non-linear Oscillations by Mathematica
  40. gross@tiem.utk.edu      Quantitative Training in the Life Sciences: Designing an Undergraduate Curriculum in Computational Biology
  41. namssorg@worldnet.att.net      Spreadsheets and Mathematical Modeling
  42. amhastings@ucdavis.edu      Training grant in Nonlinear Dynamics in Biology at UC Davis
  43. mbbxffr2@ma.man.ac.uk      Sensitivity Analysis of Parameters in Modelling With Delay-Differential Equations
  44. amaku@fma1.if.usp.br      A method to estimate age-dependent transmission rates and its application to rubella
  45. viggo@ruc.dk      The dynamics of pathogen strains that cross-react by reducing infectivity
  46. jpa@df.uba.ar      On the Fall and Rise of Tuberculosis
  47. kari.auranen@rni.helsinki.fi      Bayesian data augmentation for incompletely observed infection processes
  48. daren.austin@zoology.ox.ac.uk      When infection control isn't working: characteristic dynamics of endemic colonization in intensive care units
  49. tamara@hsph.harvard.edu      The impact of a patchy environment on the spread of epidemics: A cellular automata model
  50. bakker@mgz.fgg.eur.nl      The effect of sexual risk reduction on network structure and HIV transmission dynamics in stochastic simulations with STDSIM
  51. mapib@maths.bath.ac.uk      Spreading Disease through Social Groupings in Competition
  52. mnburatt@dns2.fm.usp.br      Modelling the immune response to malaria taking account of the history of innoculations
  53. capurro@ub.edu.ar      The effect of carriers in the spread of nosocomial pathogens in an Intensive-Care Unit
  54. Sandrine.bajard@biomserv.univ-lyon1.fr      Relative density-dependent host behaviour against parasitism: effects on the basic transmission rate R0
  55. b.s.cooper@warwick.ac.uk      Patient-carer contact patterns and the transmission dynamics of hospital infections
  56. coutinho@dns2.fm.usp.br      Analysis of the age and time dependence of the force of infection in an epidemic model
  57. Lucy.Crooks@ed.ac.uk      A trade-off in malaria infections: can it explain the parasite's life history?
  58. dutilh@binf.bio.uu.nl      Evolution of viral strain structure through host immune response
  59. zfeng@math.purdue.edu      Treatment-induced schistosome genetic diversity
  60. gelbrich@rz.uni-greifswald.de      Immunity against Diphtheria: Gaining Information by Analyzing the Distribution of Antibody Concentration
  61. thomas.hagenaars@zoo.ox.ac.uk      Feed-borne transmission of BSE and case clustering
  62. hasibeder@tuwien.ac.at      A unifying concept for different reproduction ratios in epidemic models
  63. herbert-hethcote@uiowa.edu      The Basic Reproduction Number for Three Epidemiology Models with Age Dependence
  64. hsieh@amath.nchu.edu.tw      Modelling behavior change for the spread of HIV/AIDS in Thailand
  65. inaba@ms.u-tokyo.ac.jp      Revisiting Kermack and McKendrick
  66. tkrueger@math.tu-berlin.de      Localized Epidemic Outbreaks in Heterogeneous Age-structered Populations
  67. edmassad@usp.br      Modelling Bat-Transmitted Rabies
  68. uscfmjml@ds.cesga.es      Coinfection and superinfection as mechanisms for the evolution of virulence and biodiversity
  69. johannes.mueller@uni-tuebingen.de      Contact Tracing
  70. rachel.norman@cs.stir.ac.uk      Alternative methods of transmission of tick-borne diseases
  71. awp21@cus.cam.ac.uk      Invasion and persistence of infectious disease in a spatially structured metapopulation
  72. gesine@statslab.cam.ac.uk      Bounds on the distance to the mean-field limit for the GSE
  73. drodrig@strix.ciens.ucv.ve      A Model of Malaria in Heterogeneous Environments
  74. SattenspielL@missouri.edu      The impact of quarantine on the spread of the 1918-19 flu in central Canada
  75. stocker@calvino.polito.it      Kinetic Models in Mathematical Epidemiology
  76. stru@malaria.procc.fiocruz.br      Infection Rate Estimation from Repeated Seroprevalence Surveys
  77. h.thieme@asu.edu      Endemic models with arbitrarily distributed periods of infection
  78. tuckwell@b3e.jussieu.fr      Stochastic Modeling of Viral Dynamics in Individuals and Populations
  79. jxvh@xanum.uam.mx      A simple vaccination model with multiple endemic states
  80. A.G.J.Velthuis@id.dlo.nl      Algorithm to calculate the complete probability distribution of the number of susceptible animals, at any moment in time, assessed in transmission experiments
  81. vendite@ime.unicamp.br      Mathematical modelling for vertical transmission of HIV
  82. kajw@maths.bath.ac.uk      Modelling density--dependent resistance in insect--pathogen interactions
  83. zorzenon@if.uff.br      On the Dynamics of HIV Infection
  84. P.deVries@icis.unimaas.nl      Cellular Approach to Malaria Eco-epidemiological Risk Assessment (CAMERA)
  85. m.vanboven@id.dlo.nl      Waning immunity and sub-clinical infection in an epidemic model, and an application to pertussis in the Netherlands
  86. OG.van.der.Heijden@rivm.nl      A model-based evaluation of rubella vaccination in The Netherlands
  87. t.g.benton@stir.ac.uk      Evolutionarily stable reproductive effort in stochastic, density-dependent environments
  88. michele@poincare.dma.unifi.it      Species formation in simple ecosystems
  89. silvia@manwe.mat.uab.es      ESS related to the equilibria of a evolutionary model for the distribution of individuals with respect to the maturation age
  90. dieckman@iiasa.ac.at      Evolutionary Branching in Sexual Populations: A New Model for Sympatric Speciation
  91. nelid@iph.bio.bas.bg      On a Stabilizing Control Design for an Anaerobic Fermentation Process
  92. doebeli@ubaclu.unibas.ch      Variable Investment and the Origin of Cooperation
  93. egas@bio.uva.nl      Adaptive Dynamics of Specialisation in Plant-Herbivore Systems
  94. mi329@mluri.sari.ac.uk      Game theory predicts the mutual exclusion of two competing populations among two habitats
  95. stefan.geritz@utu.fi      Adaptive dynamics in allele space and the evolution of assortative mating
  96. peg2@cdc.gov      The hitchhiking probability of a deleterious mutation in an asexual population and the evolution of mutation rates
  97. s.e.greenwald@mds.qmw.ac.uk      A Mathematical Model Of Geometrical And Structural Changes In The Wall Of Developing And Mature Arteries
  98. griebel@perdix.biologie.uni-mainz.de      A comparison of different methods estimating the effective population size
  99. amhastings@ucdavis.edu      Width of hybrid zones as a function of dispersal kernels
  100. Sapra@linkway.com.br      Symmetry in the Evolution of Non Standard Genetic Codes
  101. v.hutson@sheffield.ac.uk      The Evolution of Dispersal
  102. frans@rulbii.leidenuniv.nl      Bifurcation Analysis for Adaptive Dynamics based on Lotka-Volterra Competition Models
  103. kjaffe@usb.ve      Modelling haplo-diploidy, assortative mating and the evolution of social behavior
  104. vincent.jansen@zoo.ox.ac.uk      The evolution of biodiversity in competitive communities
  105. just@math.ohiou.edu      The Napoleon Complex: Why Smaller Males Pick Fights
  106. kirill@snoopy.phys.spbu.ru      Ecosystem Evolution on the basis of processes of an interaction structure formation
  107. eva.kisdi@utu.fi      Adaptive dynamics of body size under asymmetric competition
  108. rlande@darkwing.uoregon.edu      Evolution of Correlated Characters by Quantitative Genetic Mechanisms
  109. cta@ludens.elte.hu      Modelling the ecology and evolution of integration strategies of clonal plants
  110. manoach@bgcict.acad.bg      A Matematical Model of Stress-induced Adaptation of Arteries Adjacent to Stents and Artery/graft Anastomoses
  111. mulder@rulsfb.leidenuniv.nl      Evolution of adaptive suicide in aphids
  112. mylius@bio.uva.nl      The Resident Strikes Back: On the evolutionary jumping between population-dynamical attractors
  113. kalparvi@utu.fi      Evolution of migration in a metapopulation
  114. rachev@bgcict.acad.bg      A Mathematical Model of Arterial Adaptation to Blood Flow Alterations
  115. J.Radcliffe@qmw.ac.uk      Strategic and genetic models of evolution
  116. bmsegre@wicc.weizmann.ac.il      A Model for the Emergence of Self-replicating Protocells: From Compositional Information to Alphabet-based Coding
  117. suarez@ubaclu.unibas.ch      Price equation, Lyapunov exponents and Gauss curvature
  118. tainaka@mito.ipc.ibaraki.ac.jp      Patch dynamics and long-term response for Prisoner's Dilemma game
  119. tamacom@mri.tmd.ac.jp      Mathematical modeling and simulation about evolution from single-cellular to multi-cellular
  120. vdooren@uia.ua.ac.be      Evolutionary Dynamics with Overdominance for Phenotype
  121. weissing@biol.rug.nl      Reproductive Effort and Sex Allocation: An Integrative Approach
  122. cor@bio.vu.nl      Resource Competition in Phytoplankton: the Concept of Invasibility
  123. saksenov@iname.com      A comparison of elementary and cascaded circuits for genetic control
  124. samson@fn.csa.ru      Application of Petri Nets theory to modelling the response of yeast cell to amino acid starvation
  125. eananko@bionet.nsc.ru      Gene networks: formalized description and visualization in the GeneNet database
  126. beule@itb.biologie.hu-berlin.de      Using Surrogate Genetic Networks to Asses Reverse Engineering Methods
  127. bornholdt@theo-physik.uni-kiel.de      Topology evolution of genetic networks
  128. Valeriu\_2\_Damian-Iordache@sbphrd.com      Towards reconstructing dynamical system models for gene expression networks from large-scale gene abundance time-series
  129. hertz@nordita.dk      Modeling the dynamics of genetic networks - applications of different methods for reverse engineering
  130. d.holste@itb.biologie.hu-berlin.de      Genetic Connectivity for Regulatory Networks from Mutual Information
  131. kepler@stat.ncsu.edu      Normalization and analysis of DNA microarrays using local regression
  132. fedor@bionet.nsc.ru      The GeneNet database: formalized description and visualization of gene networks dynamics based on experimental data
  133. lams@servidor.unam.mx      Feedback Circuit Analysis of the Genetic Network Involved in Arabidopsis Flower Morphogenesis
  134. jpeccoud@ee.washington.edu      Analysis of the genetic network controlling ColE1 plasmid replication using UltraSAN
  135. imfep@imf.nlh.no      Description and analysis of gene regulatory processes and cellular systems
  136. reinitz@kruppel.molbio.mssm.edu      Reverse Engineering the Drosophila Segmentation System
  137. samson@fn.csa.ru      The interactive genetic network layout system NuT based on parallel genetic algorithm
  138. iehava@ie.technion.ac.il      The Computational Power of Genetic Networks
  139. denis@dbm.ulb.ac.be      The formation of segments in \emph{Drosophila melanogaster}: a logical analysis
  140. wagnera@unm.edu      Lack of correlation between coexpression, sequence similarity, and knock-out effects among duplicate fungal genes
  141. gramos@mail.sitek.ru      On the role of the aortal copper in the diastolic coronary blood flow
  142. ashkenaz@mail.biu.ac.il      A Comparison Between Different Methods in HRV Analysis
  143. glass@CND.McGill.CA      Dynamics of Reentrant Tachycardia
  144. levitaj@mail.biu.ac.il      Multipole Description of Complex Systems Applied to Heart Rate Variability
  145. eric@itd.ucdavis.edu      Reduction and Transience in Muscle Force Production
  146. denis.noble@physiol.ox.ac.uk      From genes to whole organs: connecting biochemistry to physiology
  147. panfilov@binf.bio.uu.nl      Electrical turbulence in the heart muscle
  148. micol@dragon.ian.pv.cnr.it      An adaptive numerical technique applied to the integral representation of electrograms
  149. chr@binf.bio.uu.nl      Realistic modeling of excitation propagation in the human atria
  150. henggui@cbiol.leeds.ac.uk      Reconstruction of the Rabbit Sinoatrial Node
  151. pauger@biomserv.univ-lyon1.fr      Effects of Density Dependent Prey Migrations on the Stability of a Predator-prey System in a Source-sink Environment
  152. madhura@went.bio.uu.nl      Temporal transience in a heathland plant community and its relation to space
  153. bauvin@core.ucl.ac.be      Tandem recruitment, herding behaviour and memory
  154. berec@entu.cas.cz      Effects of a limited perception by predators on their optimal diet choice
  155. boukal@entu.cas.cz      Lotka--Volterra type predator--prey models with optimal foraging behavior in patchy habitat
  156. bernd@bio.vu.nl      Biodegradation by microbial floccules
  157. claessen@bio.uva.nl      Dwarfs and giants: cannibalism and competition in a size structured population
  158. zoryana@libro.genebee.msu.su      Simulation model of the proliferation of autocrine lymphoid cells in vitro: Development and Application
  159. gross@tiem.utk.edu      Landscapes and Individual-Based Models: Assessment and Validation
  160. hgraaf@bio.vu.nl      Multiple uptake and assimilation pathways and the macromolecular composition of microorganisms
  161. hillen@math.utah.edu      Moment Closure for Transport Equations and Applications to Chemotaxis
  162. jagers@math.chalmers.se      Does population-size-dependence destroy exponential population growth?
  163. karev@cepl.rssi.ru      Population heterogeneity can be a reason of number outbreaks
  164. fleur@bio.vu.nl      Numerical simulation of population dynamics with discrete events in the lives of the individuals
  165. Koch@Indiana.edu      The Re-incarnation and Re-demise of the Transition Probability Model
  166. kooi@bio.vu.nl      Food chain dynamics with populations consisting of multiple components
  167. krivan@entu.cas.cz      Permanence in predator-prey models caused by optimal foraging
  168. mccauley@ucalgary.ca      Modelling Mortality for Individual-Based Population Dynamics
  169. mooij@cl.nioo.knaw.nl      Zooplankton community dynamics in electronic mesocosms
  170. morale@ares.mat.unimi.it      Modeling animal grouping: an interacting particle system
  171. e\_muller@lifesci.ucsb.edu      Living with variable food; survival and production in a dynamic energy budget (DEB) model for individuals
  172. nisbet@lifesci.ucsb.edu      Predictive Power of Simple Population Models Based on Dynamic Energy Budgets
  173. beata@ludens.elte.hu      Competition of clonal plants for mosaic habitat space: cellular automata simulations
  174. olivier.pardo@univ-pau.fr      A deterministic model of Glass-Eels migratory behaviour into the Adour Estuary
  175. poggiale@com.univ-mrs.fr      Nutrient-Phytoplankton-Zooplankton Food Chains Models: A Study by Aggregation Methods Approach
  176. pagie@binf.bio.uu.nl      Individual and population based diversity in Restriction-Modification systems
  177. bajard@biomserv.univ-lyon1.fr      Adaptive density-dependent host behaviour against parasitism: effects on the basic transmission rate R0
  178. lsanz@math.etsii.upm.es      Time Scales in Stochastic Multiregional Models
  179. natas@ms.math.rsu.ru      Migration model of three-trophic-level community
  180. schinaia@scec.eco.uniroma1.it      Parameter sensitivity in linear compartmental model output
  181. nestr@thsun1.jinr.ru      Radiation and Individual-Based Population Dynamics
  182. stevens@mis.mpg.de      Hyperbolic models for chemotaxis - a particle based approach
  183. norbert@ibib.waw.pl      Individual Based Modellig of Tribolium Population
  184. malc@netvale.com.br      Optimal Control Theory Applied to the Anti-Viral Treatment of AIDS
  185. mbodnar@hydra.mimuw.edu.pl      Periodic Solutions of Marchuk's Model of Immune System
  186. jbo@binf.bio.uu.nl      MHC polymorphism: a result of host-pathogen coevolution
  187. jcarneir@igc.gulbenkian.pt      IVIg and the Brambell Fc-Receptor: Can IVIg act in autoimmune disorders by accelerating the clearance of antibodies?
  188. neumann@macs.biu.ac.il      Early Prediction and Mechanism of the Ribavirine/IFN-a Dual Therapy Effect on Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Infection
  189. rdb@binf.bio.uu.nl      Non-generic correlations between steady states during HIV-1 clinical latency
  190. christophe.fraser@zoology.oxford.ac.uk      Antigen-driven heterogeneity in the immune system: implications for immune system demographics and HIV dynamics
  191. jlg@biomath.jussieu.fr      Influence of viral genetic variability on the variability of the VIH infection course: results obtained from a mathematical model
  192. grossman@helix.nih.gov      Emerging Concepts in Immunology (with Applications to HIV Dynamics)
  193. mkaufma@ulb.ac.be      Revisiting the Th1/Th2 paradigm
  194. kesmir@mimer.be.dtu.dk      A mathematical model on germinal center kinetics and terminationn
  195. stevenk@cs.princeton.edu      A Stochastic Model of the Germinal Center Reaction
  196. hester@turing.zoo.ox.ac.uk      An HIV-1 nef dilemma: evade immune recognition or maintain full-function?
  197. ramit@princeton.edu      Modelling B Cell Development in the Bone Marrow
  198. muller\_v@ludens.elte.hu      LT-associated HIV reservoir might strongly affect viral decay during HAART
  199. pnelson@ima.umn.edu      Models of Delay Differential Equations used to study HIV-1 Pathogenesis
  200. neumann@macs.biu.ac.il      Target=Helper model of HIV Infection and Therapy Interruption Vaccination in Chronic AIDS Patients
  201. A.J.Noest@bio.uu.nl      Why are there so many independent germinal centers?
  202. mihaela@santafe.edu      Plasticity of immunoglobulin genes under somatic hypermutation
  203. ruy.ribeiro@zoo.ox.ac.uk      Immune system exhaustion in HIV infection and SI virus emergence
  204. rudnev@inm.ras.ru      Mathematical modeling of immune-inflammatory reaction in lungs. Parametrization of the rate constants of bacterial phagocytosis
  205. jsousa@igc.gulbenkian.pt      Serial Triggering of the T Cell Receptor: Requirement for a Cooperative Rate-Limited Step
  206. jstewart@molbio.princeton.edu      Profile of a quasispecies: The selected mutational landscape of HIV and influenza
  207. zorzenon@if.uff.br      Immunization and Aging in the Immune Network
  208. jxd30@psu.edu      Simulating Antibody Selection on HIV-1 at the Molecular Level
  209. hugo@maths.warwick.ac.uk      How a Promiscuous T Cell Receptor Supports an Effective \& Self Tolerant T Cell Repertoire
  210. klaus.dietz@uni-tuebingen.de      Critical community size and eradication of infectious diseases
  211. lila@csd.uwo.ca      DNA computing in vitro and in vivo
  212. bnovak@chem.bme.hu      Modeling the cell division cycle
  213. lee@wisdom.weizmann.ac.il      How feedback promotes conflicting immune system goals
  214. biomath@tin.it      Modelling the Euglycemic Hyperinsulinemic Clamp with delay-differential equations
  215. bkhol@energ.genebee.msu.su      Mathematical modeling allows us to find out the sites targeted by pollutants and predict regulatory properties of poisoned system
  216. oliver.ebenhoeh@rz.hu-berlin.de      Structural analysis of ATP and NADH producing systems using optimisation principles
  217. galimova@hotmail.com      Simple model of NADH synthesis pathways in mitochondria respiring on glutamate and malate can show bell-shaped dependence of total NADH production rate on NAD concentration
  218. peter.huettner@zurich.com      Correction Parameters In Functional Insulin Treatment
  219. edda=klipp@rz.hu-berlin.de      Modelling the interconnection of genomic and metabolic regulation
  220. smarkov@bio.bas.bg      A Model of the Enzyme-catalytic Processes in an Organism
  221. moellney@simtec.imr.mb.uni-siegen.de      Recent Progress in Metabolic Analysis
  222. schuster@bp.biologie.hu-berlin.de      Concepts and Algorithms in Metabolic Pathway Analysis
  223. HW@Bio.VU.NL      Dynamic coherent intra-and intercellular signal transduction
  224. vanbeek@physiol.med.vu.nl      Using a nonlinear model of the tricarboxylic acid cycle to estimate O2 consumption from NMR spectra of cardiac tissue biopsies
  225. gpb@maths.bath.ac.uk      Habitat corridors and metapopulation extinction
  226. r.s.etienne@cpro.dlo.nl      On Optimal Size and Number of Reserves for Metapopulation Persistence
  227. jhemmin@utu.fi      Allee effects can both conserve and create spatial heterogeneity in population densities
  228. kendall@bren.ucsb.edu      Density-dependent dispersal can destabilize population dynamics
  229. lango000@mail.uni-mainz.de      Testing the Applicability of the Quantitative Incidence Function Model
  230. tnamba@center.osaka-wu.ac.jp      Dispersal Mediated Coexistence of Two Predator Species in a Patchy Habitat
  231. evansa@elmhurst.edu      Tactics and Strategies for Controlling Neutropenia in Disseminated Cancer Therapy
  232. mda@chaos.fys.dtu.dk      Synchronization of Nephron Pressure and Flow Regulation
  233. sanderso@mcs.dundee.ac.uk      Mathematical Modelling of Tumour Invasion and Metastasis
  234. andersoj@nigms.nih.gov      Funding Opportunities for Quantitative Approaches to Biomedical Problems
  235. borisuk@cds.caltech.edu      Bifurcation Analysis of a Model of Mitotic Control in Frog Eggs
  236. jburgos@starmedia.com      Galois connections in biological systems
  237. dbortoli@mat.ufrgs.br      A Numerical Solution of the Flow Through the Carotid Artery Bifurcation
  238. fdavidso@mcs.dundee.ac.uk      Fungal development in heterogeneous environments
  239. doucet@bio.vu.nl      Parameter unicity in a class of nonlinear systems
  240. rimantas.eidukevicius@sc.vu.lt      Mathematical Model of Tumor and Immune System Interaction
  241. h.j.eberl@stm.tudelft.nl      A Combined HOC/CDS Finite-Difference Method for the 3 Dimensional Convection-Diffusion/Diffusion-Reaction Equation in Highly Irregular Systems and its Application to Biofilms
  242. Thomas.Faraut@imag.fr      A model for the meiotic segregation of reciprocal translocations
  243. gandolfi@iasi.rm.cnr.it      Tumour microarchitecture: Growth of tumour cords and occurrence of necrosis
  244. grasman@rcl.wau.nl      Mathematical Conservation Ecology: A one predator-two prey model as case study
  245. fabio.grizzi@humanitas.it      A Mathematical Method to identify the Lithium Therapeutic Dose
  246. ygusev@welchlink.welch.jhu.edu      Segregation Errors, Chromosomal Instability and Evolution in Cancer: Mathematical Modeling and Biological Implications
  247. n.a.hill@leeds.ac.uk      Spiral swimming in hatchling tadpoles of Xenopus laevis
  248. lansky@sun1.biomed.cas.cz      Dose-solubility ratio and the mean dissolution time of drugs
  249. lemaire@dms.umontreal.ca      Oscillations in the Glucose-Insulin Regulatory system
  250. lewkow@mail.biu.ac.il      Linear Theory for Cardiac Mechanics?
  251. danilal@postman.ru      `Causal' Markov-chain models for vegetation dynamics: new perspectives of an old paradigm
  252. glosa@guest.cscs.ch      The Morpho-Fractal Complexity of Cancer Cells
  253. ialub@fpl.gpi.ru      Cooperative mechanism of local thermoregulation
  254. ray@helix.nih.gov      A Model of Rat Urine Concentration: Predictions for Cirrhosis and Ischemia
  255. milanov@math.bas.bg      Pharmacological agonism: mathematical model and explicite
  256. miura@math.ubc.ca      The $\beta$-Cell Mass, Insulin, and Glucose Model: Pathways to Diabetes
  257. T.J.Pedley@damtp.cam.ac.uk      Plumes in bacterial bioconvection
  258. annemarie.pielaat@ztw.wk.wau.nl      Dispersal of Plant Pathogens by Rainsplash
  259. konst@vigg.ru      A general approach for modelling multilocus dynamics
  260. avinoam@bgumail.bgu.ac.il      A compound model for the T4 bacteriophage growth cycle in {\it Escherischia coli}
  261. d.c.samuels@ncl.ac.uk      A Model of Mitochondrial Genetic Disease
  262. seno@ics.nara-wu.ac.jp      Mathematical Considerations on Persistence of Japanese Family Names: Effect of Sex-Biased Inheritance
  263. srthomas@necker.fr      Net Osmole Production by Inner Medullary (IM) Glycolysis could contribute importantly to the Renal Concentrating Mechanism
  264. HERWAARDEN@RCL.WAU.NL      Mean fixation and extinction times for an allele in a large finite population
  265. vielle@ibt.univ-angers.fr      A new stability index for periodic breathing
  266. jacekwan@ibib.waw.pl      Theory of solute exchange between blood, lymph, tissue, and external medium during peritoneal dialysis
  267. ty@math.sci.hokudai.ac.jp      On the evolution in RNA world: the elongation and the assembly of sequences
  268. inada@kawachi.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp      Estimation of the stability of grouping motion of a fish school
  269. xwzhang98@hotmail.com      Dynamics and stability analysis of the growth and astaxanthin production system of Haematococcus pluvialis
  270. jelle@binf.bio.uu.nl      Selective advantages of complex grammars
  271. Chiel.Zwarts@95.student.wau.nl      Behaviour of a male-biased and a female-biased sex ratio distorter in one population
  272. degunst@cs.vu.nl      Stochastic modelling and statistical analysis of ion channel data
  273. depillis@hmc.edu      Modeling Cancer Tumor Growth with Immune Resistance and an Optimal Control Approach to Treatment
  274. HGJ.vanmil@inter.nl.net      Investigation of plasma-membrane electrical bistability using a new typeof electrophysiological modeling
  275. fapa@fcien.edu.uy      Dynamics of a delayed self-exciting single neuron model
  276. claussen@theo-physik.uni-kiel.de      Winner-relaxing and winner-enhancing Kohonen algorithms: magnification exponents and ordering
  277. crook@nervana.montana.edu      Modeling Dynamic Patterns of Activation in a Neural Map
  278. stephen@anc.ed.ac.uk      Local cell movement guided by dendritic interactions helps form regular retinal mosaics
  279. B.Graham@ed.ac.uk      Towards a biologically realistic model of neurite outgrowth and branching
  280. valor@santafe.edu      Population Encoding and Spike Train Context in Vertebrate Neural Circuitry
  281. phshgeh@physics.emory.edu      Mechanisms for Guidance and Bundling in Developing Nervous Systems
  282. kaup@asterix.neurop2.ruhr-uni-bochum.de      Error analysis of phase-based algorithms for disparity estimation
  283. jlove@mail.arc.nasa.gov      Symbolic Modeling of Gravisensory Neural Systems
  284. msp@maths.bath.ac.uk      Modelling the bursting of mesolimbic dopamine neurons; requirement for external stimulus
  285. eli@nerve.ls.huji.ac.il      Evaluation of the Number of Agonist Molecules needed to activate a Ligand-Gated Channels from the Current Rising Phase
  286. reinker@math.ubc.ca      Resonance and Stochastic Resonance in Neuron Models
  287. rotter@biologie.uni-freiburg.de      Cooperative Neuronal Groups and Correlation Dynamics in Cortical Networks
  288. schierwa@informatik.uni-leipzig.de      Modelling superior colliculus neurons: Parameter estimation and functional characterization
  289. sybert@mbfys.kun.nl      Stimulus Dependent Synchronization in Stochastic Neural Networks
  290. Jean.Vaillant@univ-ag.fr      Cox Processes and Random Walks. Application to Space Cell Activity
  291. j.van.pelt@nih.knaw.nl      Modeling the natural variablity in the geometry of neuronal branching patterns
  292. vibert@b3e.jussieu.fr      A model for respiratory rhythmogenesis and apneusis based on sparsely connected excitatory neural networks
  293. herrad@informatik.uni-leipzig.de      A multi-layer 2D neural field model of dynamic remapping in eye movement control
  294. yusim@wisdom.weizmann.ac.il      Mathematical Model for Neurotransmitter Release Control Based on Voltage-Dependent Interaction Between Autoreceptors and Proteins of the Exocytotic Machinery
  295. tvolde-scheper@brookes.ac.uk      Chaos and Dynamic Neural Networks
  296. A.van.Ooyen@nih.knaw.nl      Competition in the development of nerve connections
  297. oscar@gauss.mat.eup.uva.es      A Characteristic Method for Nonlinear Size-Structured Population Equations
  298. Julien.Arino@sophia.inria.fr      Size structured models for the chemostat; comparison with experiments
  299. marten.astrom@inv.his.se      Seasonality and sequential density dependence, single species population dynamics with bimodal density maps
  300. natasha@imath.kiev.ua      A Note on Global Attractivity in Models of Hematopoiesis
  301. benkher@imag.fr      From Mechanical Characterization of Fibrin Gels To Quantification of Endothelial Cell Traction Forces
  302. faina@cepl.rssi.ru      `Travelling waves' and `pulsing patterns' in population models with autotaxis
  303. bcazelle@snv.jussieu.fr      Intermittent rarity and On-Off intermittency in population dynamics
  304. braumann@dmat.uevora.pt      Conditions for population steady-states in random environments
  305. majab@rudjer.ff.bg.ac.yu      Time-delay effects in a minimal model of the immune response
  306. derik@miranda.ecología.unam.mx      Effect of stage-structure on stability of host-parasitoid interactions
  307. cherniha@imath.kiev.ua      New exact solutions of nonlinear reaction -diffusion systems of equations arising in population dynamics
  308. svc@comtech.dp.ua      Mathematical Modelling of Ecological Successions: Approach on the Base of M. Eigen's Hypercycle
  309. michael.deakin@sci.monash.edu.au      A Generalised Multistage Logistic Population Model
  310. fdomin@alfa.ist.utl.pt      A General Approach to the Modelling of Trophic Chains
  311. ielakili@ulb.ac.be      Modelisation of the spatio-temporal dynamics of immune anti-tumor cytotoxic reactions
  312. housif@math.uu.nl      A deterministic size structured population model with reproduction at a specified size
  313. heiser@mi2s.u-bordeaux2.fr      A Predator-Prey in a Heterogeneous Environment
  314. A.Grant@uea.ac.uk      Elasticity analysis for density dependent populations
  315. m.grinfeld@strath.ac.uk      Modelling IGP and GLP in age-structured populations
  316. barhell@zool.unizh.ch      Factors influencing the complex dynamics and variable composition of mixed hybridogenetic populations
  317. chepina@einstein.zoo.ox.ac.uk      Bifurcations and Catastrophes in Conditional Outcomes of Population Interactions
  318. yiwasscb@mbox.nc.kyushu-u.ac.jp      Pollen-Coupling of Forest Trees, Forming Synchronized and Periodic Reproduction out of Chaos
  319. gouze@sophia.inria.fr      Global behaviour of periodically forced loop systems: example of a class of model for algal growth
  320. Nickola@vidguk.frenet.kiev.ua      Self-control of Proliferation-diferentiation Proceses in Cell Population Dynamics
  321. valery@esti.haifa.ac.il      On finiteness of the equilibria set under selection in a system of multiallele loci
  322. A.Kleczkowski@kings.cam.ac.uk      Plants competition in a changing environment
  323. kon-r@sec.eng.shizuoka.ac.jp      The Effect of Evolution to Host-Parasite Systems
  324. korol@esti.haifa.ac.il      Complex Dynamics Manifested by a Multilocus Genetic System upon Cyclical Selection
  325. tanya@math.bas.bg      Non-periodic Oscillations in Two-Patch Systems
  326. Angelique.Lamour@medew.fyto.wau.nl      Modelling the growth of soil-borne fungi in response to carbon and nitrogen
  327. mayer.landau@inria.fr      Transition rules between various coexisting equilibrium states in a cardiac Non Pacemaker cel
  328. magal@sparc10.univ-lehavre.fr      Evaluation of the eel flux during the migration for the reproduction
  329. medvinsky@venus.iteb.serpukhov.su      Fish school walks and plankton patchiness as a result of plankton- fish interactions
  330. amor@ms.math.rsu.ru      Wave phenomena in the model of a spatially active population.
  331. muellert@fdm.uni-freiburg.de      Analysis of non-linear dynamical systems: estimating parameters and model selection
  332. nelnoy@utu.fi      Parameter and State Sensitivity in a Five Order Model of Anaerobic Digestion in Continuous Stirred Bioreactor
  333. pernarow@math.montana.edu      Controllability of excitable cells
  334. oceantheolab@glas.apc.org      The Wave of Chaos: A New Mechanism of Pattern Formation in Spatio-Temporal Population Dynamics
  335. rna@physics.iitd.ernet.in      On the Determinstic Description of Population Dynamics
  336. L.Rass@qmw.ac.uk      Exploting model similarities to describe stochastic convergence results
  337. robertsm@agresearch.cri.nz      A simple parasite model with complicated dynamics
  338. rossi@axp.mat.uniroma2.it      Estimating the Size of Problem Drug use Epidemic by Back-calculation Methods
  339. satake@bio-math10.biology.kyushu-u.ac.jp      A Globally Coupled Map Model for Synchronized Reproduction in Beech Forests -- Pollen-Coupling of Trees Creates Coherent Dynamics out of Chaos
  340. ecomod@obninsk.com      An ecosystem model with the optimal feeding behavior of a predator - a pseudoequilibrium regime
  341. schwetlick@uni-tuebingen.de      Propagation of disturbances in multidimensional nonlinear transport models
  342. msingh@swin.edu.au      Predator-Prey Models with Diffusion Based on Luckinbill's Experiment with {\em Didinium} and {\em Paramecium}
  343. vladas.skakauskas@maf.vu.lt      On age-sex-space-structured population dynamics model with random mating and females' pregnancy
  344. halsmith@asu.edu      A Model of Microbial Growth and Competition in a Plug Flow Reactor with wall growth
  345. nks22@cam.ac.uk      Testing nonlinear stochastic models on empirical algae mass time series
  346. touzeau@icm.csic.es      Stability of a stage-structured population model with a generalized stock-recruitment function
  347. pevava@utu.fi      The Application of Ergodic Theory to Discrete Time Systems with Stochastic Perturbations
  348. vgov@math.rsu.ru      One Model of Active Migrations: Qualitative Investigation
  349. etxjw@thmech.nottingham.ac.uk      Mathematical modelling of avascular tumour response to chemotherapy
  350. awhite@ite.ac.uk      Explaining the colour of power spectra in chaotic ecological models
  351. sergio@turing.unicamp.br      Dispersal on small spatial scales: Waves, neighborhoods of interaction and non-locality
  352. mcrjb@tay.ac.uk      Emergent behaviour and issues of scale in fungal community dynamics
  353. yoaz@alpha7.haifa.ac.il      Discrete Bone Marrow Model Yielding Real Life Measurements
  354. andreas.deutsch@uni-bonn.de      Migration automata: a model concept for simulation and analysis of cell-based pattern formation
  355. masa\_doi@nirs.go.jp      Computer Simulation of a Microorganic Ecology as a Self-sustaining System of Complexity
  356. sfranz@mathematik.uni-osnabrueck.de      Fourier analysis of Turing-like pattern formation in cellular automaton models
  357. javorszky@eunet.at      Double Sequence of Triplets
  358. g.karigl@tuwien.ac.at      Homology Searching and Interlocking of Chromosomes: A Cellular Automaton Model versus Computer Simulation
  359. kunadam@ludens.elte.hu      Environmental heterogeneity and spatial competition in clonal populations - a cellular automata model
  360. lenz@sn-bota-1.bota.uni-bonn.de      A Many-Particle Model of Cellular Adhesion and Protrusion Formation
  361. mlewis@math.utah.edu      On the asymptotic speed of a nonlinear stochastic invasion
  362. c.lowe@tn.tudelft.nl      A hybrid particle/continuum model for bacteria swimming
  363. Meineke@IMISE.Uni-Leipzig.de      A spatial factor controlled model of the intestinal crypt regeneration based on the equipotency concept of all proliferative cells
  364. roel@wins.uva.nl      The interplay of hydrodynamics and genetic regulation in the morphogenesis of sponges and stony corals: pilot studies
  365. enikcevic@ubbg.etf.bg.ac.yu      Dynamical analyses of a large chain of semi-quantum molecules
  366. c.picioreanu@stm.tudelft.nl      Lattice Boltzmann methods for multidimensional modelling of biofilms
  367. stefan.reimann@gmd.de      How does a sperm find an oozyte?
  368. Roeder@imise.uni-leipzig.de      The stem cell property of primitive hemopoietic cells as a result of stroma binding/release kinetics: A novel single cell based stochastic model approach
  369. schinazi@math.uccs.edu      Strategies to control the herpes epidemic
  370. HGJ.vanmil@inter.nl.net      Presentation of a new department: Theory of Complex Fluids, Delft University of Technology
  371. birgitt.schoenfisch@uni-tuebingen.de      Simple Models of Alignment, Movement and Schooling Behaviour
  372. s.baigent@ucl.ac.uk      Modelling the role of gap junctional communication in pattern formation
  373. ballaro@dipmat.math.unipa.it      Chemical and mechanical waves on the cortex of fertilized egg cells. Application at the Ascidia eggs
  374. n.f.britton@bath.ac.uk      Rhythms and Waves in Social Insect Colonies
  375. chaplain@mcs.dundee.ac.uk      Spatio-temporal Pattern Formation on Spherical Surfaces with an Application to Solid Tumour Growth
  376. andrea@poincare.dma.unifi.it      Sea urchin embryo early development: a mathematical model
  377. crampin@maths.ox.ac.uk      Reaction and Diffusion on Growing Domains: Scenarios for Robust Pattern Formation
  378. drasdo@imise.uni-leipzig.de      Folding of tissues by dynamical instabilities
  379. David.Gavaghan@comlab.ox.ac.uk      Some numerical methods ideally suited to the solution of partial differential equations arising in medicine and biology
  380. edith.geigant@uni-bonn.de      Analysis of an orientational aggregation model with saturation kinetics
  381. haberich@bp.biologie.hu-berlin.de      Stochastic approach to model receptor controlled calcium oscillations
  382. kaczmarcik@rst.e-technik.uni-siegen.de      Effects of hemodynamic properties on growth, remodeling and structural stability of microcirculation networks: computer simulation studies
  383. blli@unm.edu      Self-Thinning Patterns Formation and Ecological Field Theory
  384. j.lopez@ic.ac.uk      Morphological Transitions in Growing Colonies of Fungi: Experiments and Models
  385. lubkin@eos.ncsu.edu      Mechanical Models of in Vitro Vasculogenesis
  386. 101661.371@compuserve.com      L-systems and Cellworks for the Root Apical Organization in Arabidopsis thaliana.
  387. Anotida.Madzvamuse@comlab.ox.ac.uk      Numerical solution of reaction--diffusion equations on growing domains
  388. stan@binf.bio.uu.nl      Movement of the multicellular slug stage of {\it Dictyostelium discoideum}\/: a model study
  389. borim@math.ucdavis.edu      Mathematical model of aerotaxis
  390. op\_molenaar@macmail.psy.uva.nl      Phenotypic heritability of cloned neural networks obeying realistic epigenetical rules
  391. leiv.oyehaug@imf.nlh.no      A mathematical model of melanogenesis
  392. epalsson@math.utah.edu      3-D Simulations of cell movements in multicellular systems
  393. vgp@bgcict.acad.bg      Constructing Kinetics of Erythrocyte Aggregation
  394. g.pettet@fsc.qut.edu.au      Chemotaxis as a Mechanism for Initiating Structure in Tissue
  395. apol@lpi.ru      Mathematical modelling of heterogeneous tumor growth: the problem of cell subpopulation domination
  396. op\_raijmakers@macmail.psy.uva.nl      Numerical bifurcation analysis of a shunting neural network
  397. razvansa@maths.ox.ac.uk      Turing driven instabilities, differential-flow induced instabilities and chemotaxis generated instabilities: a comparison of models
  398. sekimura@isc.chubu.ac.jp      Pattern Formation in Lepidopteran Wings
  399. swanson@amath.washington.edu      A Mathematical Model for the Differential Motility of Brain Tumors (Gliomas) in Grey and White Matter
  400. helenw@ma.hw.ac.uk      Mathematical modelling of juxtacrine patterning
  401. wiersinga@binf.bio.uu.nl      Nutrient level and rate of depletion determine differences in pattern formation in {\it E.\ coli} and {\it S.\ typhimurium}
  402. lcyagil@wiccmail.weizmann.ac.il      Complexity Analysis of Biopattern Generation
  403. audit@crpp.u-bordeaux.fr      Statistical analysis of the complexity of DNA sequences
  404. dirk@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE      A General Pattern Matching Language for Specific Motifs in RNA Secondary Structure
  405. h.herzel@biologie.hu-berlin.de      10-11 bp Periodicities in Complete Genomes Reflect Protein Structure and DNA Folding
  406. huyer@cma.univie.ac.at      A statistical approach to protein folding
  407. ernesto@cifn.unam.mx      Prediction and analysis of transcriptional factors of E. coli
  408. jpon@bionet.nsc.ru      Transcription Factor Binding Sites: Conformational and Physical-chemical Codes of Functioning
  409. p.sirabella@caspur.it      Automatic classification of proteins 3-D structures
  410. titov@bionet.nsc.ru      Fast genetic algorithm for RNA secondary structure prediction and its applications
  411. VoitEO@MUSC.edu      Biochemically-Based Toxicodynamic Modeling and Its Implications for Responses to Low-Dose Chemical Exposure
  412. sx04@liverpool.ac.uk      The Evolution of Host Resistance to Microparasites: Apparent Competition between Many Host Strains
  413. deleo@elet.polimi.it      The effect of culling on virulence evolution: management implications in the control and eradication of wildlife diseases
  414. j.v.greenman@stir.ac.uk      Multi-Host, Multi-Pathogen Systems: An Application of Bifurcation Theory
  415. valerie@stats.ucl.ac.uk      Stochastic models for aggregation in macroparasitic infections
  416. naulin@mi2s.u-bordeaux2.fr      Vaccination and sterilization programs for rabies control in fox populations
  417. ivo@binf.bio.uu.nl      Allomerus; a cheater in an ant-plant mutualism
  418. Michel.Langlais@mi2s.u-bordeaux2.fr      Spatial Propagation of the Feline Leukemia Virus within Heterogeneous Cat Populations
  419. rosa@cealp.it      A comparison among models for macroparasite-host interactions
  420. njs@man.ac.uk      A random tale of minicircle segregation
  421. jo91al@liv.ac.uk      A Host-Pathogen Model with a Combination of Frequency-dependent and Density-dependent Transmission
  422. A.A.deKoeijer@id.dlo.nl      Expected time till extinction of a herpes virus in a closed herd of hosts

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