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Influence of cell shape, inhomogeneities and diffusion barriers in cell polarization models
In silico experiments bear the potential for further understanding of biological transport processes by allowing a systematic modification of any spatial property and providing immediate simulation results. Cell polarization ...
Stochastic Model of Acidification, Activation of Hemagglutinin and Escape of Influenza Viruses from an Endosome
Influenza viruses enter the cell inside an endosome. During the endosomal journey, acidification triggers a conformational change of the virus spike protein hemagglutinin (HA) that results in escape of the viral genome ...
Fundamental properties of cooperative contagion processes
We investigate the effects of cooperativity between contagion processes that spread and persist in a host population. We propose and analyze a dynamical model in which individuals that are affected by one transmissible ...
Impact of Variable Speed on Collective Movement of Animal Groups
The collective dynamics and structure of animal groups has attracted the attention of scientists across a broad range of fields. A variety of agent-based models have been developed to help understand the emergence of ...
Spatial Structure and Information Transfer in Visual Networks
In human and animal groups, social interactions often rely on the transmission of information via visual observation of the behavior of others. These visual interactions are governed by the laws of physics and sensory ...
Protein resonance assignment by BSH‐CP‐based 3D solid‐state NMR experiments: A practical guide
Solid-state NMR (ssNMR) spectroscopy has evolved into a powerful method to obtain structural information and to study the dynamics of proteins at atomic resolution and under physiological conditions. The method is especially ...