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Can discrete event simulation be of use in modelling major depression?

III. Application Acceptance of the definitions proposed brings us to the comparison of two computational frameworks for... Read More

First molecular simulation of a long DNA strand shows unexpected flexibility

Unfolding the genetic code It turns out that sequencing the human genome – determining the order of DNA building blocks... Read More

Computer simulation analysis of normal and abnormal development of the mammalian diaphragm

Computer simulation analysis of normal and abnormal development of the mammalian diaphragm Jason C Fisher1 and Lawrence... Read More

Theoretical considerations on the "spine of hydration" in the minor groove of d(CGCGAATTCGCG) d(GCGCTTAAGCGC): Monte Carlo computer simulation

BIOPHYSICS Theoretical considerations on the "spine of hydration" in the minor groove of d(CGCGAATTCGCG)... Read More

The geosimulation of West Nile virus propagation: a multi-agent and climate sensitive tool for risk management in public health

The geosimulation of West Nile virus propagation: a multi-agent and climate sensitive tool for risk management in public... Read More

Electrochemical simulation of triclosan metabolism and toxicological evaluation

Triclosan is a broad spectrum antibacterial or antifungal agent found in some consumer products. Such as in antiseptic... Read More

Simulation

simulation imitation; said of a disease or symptom that resembles another, or of the feigning of illness as in factitious... Read More

UCLA mathematician works to make virtual surgery a reality

A surgeon accidently kills a patient, undoes the error and starts over again. Can mathematics make such science fiction a... Read More

Membrane Electroporation: A Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Abstract We present results of molecular dynamics simulations of lipid bilayers under a high transverse electrical field... Read More

Aquaporins – the perfect water filters of the cell

Water regulation plays a crucial role in the human body. Water flux between cells is facilitated by proteins embedded in... Read More

Statistical Thermodynamics: taking a walk on a landscape

Charles L. Brooks III, José N. Onuchic, David J. Wales C. L. Brooks III is in the Department of Molecular Biology, The... Read More

Smart dummies allow medics to practise before they panic

Doctors and nurses are using computer controlled medical mannequins to practise their responses to medical emergencies.... Read More

Virginia Tech’s System X supercomputer provides super tool for simulation of cell division

Blacksburg, Va. — Virginia Tech researchers in computer science and biology have used the university's supercomputer,... Read More

Protein folding physics modeled at the atomic level

LOS ALAMOS, N.M., Oct. 14, 2002 - Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the University of... Read More

In Silico Reconstitution of Listeria Propulsion Exhibits Nano-Saltation

In Silico Reconstitution of Listeria Propulsion Exhibits Nano-Saltation Jonathan B. Alberts1*, Garrett M. Odell1 1 Center... Read More

New technique answers one of water’s basic mysteries

We drink it. We bathe in it. It’s part of our everyday life, but the driving force behind one of the fundamental... Read More

Study: Temperate Forests Could Worsen Global Warming

Growing a forest might sound like a good idea to combat global warming, since trees draw carbon dioxide from the air and... Read More

One protein, two channels: Scientists explain mechanism in aquaporins

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Using computer simulations and experimental results, researchers at the University of Illinois at... Read More

Oil exploration and drug discovery to benefit from NuTec/Daresbury high performance computing deal

More accurate prediction of the location of oil reserves and faster screening of potential new drugs could result from a... Read More

Supercomputer Explores Biochemical Landscape To Find Memory Switches

Switches are a part of daily life, from snoozing your alarm, turning on the coffee maker, firing up your car engine, and so... Read More

Generalized Linear Models

Generalized Linear Models      ... Read More

Generalized Linear Models (Biostatistics (New York, N.Y.), 5.)

Generalized Linear Models (Biostatistics (New York, N.Y.), 5.)   ... Read More

Substrate

Substrate Definition What is a "substrate"? The underlying substances or layers are termed as substrate. The definitions of... Read More

Cornell Study Finds That Galaxies Cluster Near Dark Matter

    A computer simulation of the distribution of "dark" matter at an early... Read More

An intelligent combination of mathematics and cell biology could spell death to brain tumours

Combining two separate observations of cells in brain tumours could enable doctors to improve the success rate of... Read More

UI researcher challenges explanations of children’s ‘word spurt’

Researchers have long known that at about 18 months children experience a vocabulary explosion, suddenly learning words at... Read More

Role of reaction kinetics and mass transport in glucose sensing with nanopillar array electrodes

Role of reaction kinetics and mass transport in glucose sensing with nanopillar array electrodes Venkataramani Anandan1,... Read More

Researchers determine why wolves not dispersing as fast as expected in Yellowstone

In 1995, 14 wolves were transferred to Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. from the Canadian Rocky Mountains, with 17... Read More

Math model predicts cancer behavior

Development of a powerful new computer simulation of tumor growth sets the stage for customized cancer treatmentVito... Read More

An intelligent combination of mathematics and cell biology could spell death to brain tumours

Combining two separate observations of cells in brain tumours could enable doctors to improve the success rate of... Read More

Neuromimesis

neuromimesis An obsolete term for hysterical or neurotic simulation of disease. Origin: neuro-- G. Mimesis,... Read More

Unipolar

unipolar 1. (Science: physics) Having, or acting by means of, one pole only. 2. (Science: anatomy) Having but one pole or... Read More

Mimesis

mimesis 1. Hysterical simulation of organic disease. 2. The symptomatic imitation of one organic disease by another. Origin:... Read More

Unprecedented Data On Circadian Rhythms Revealed

Fluctuations in light intensity allow restoring the regularity of circadian rhythms. This is the main conclusion of the... Read More

Toward A Systems Biology Map Of Iron Metabolism

Scientists at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine, the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom, and the... Read More

Investigating Life In Extreme Environments Report Gives Hints On Facts Of Life

From the deepest seafloor to the highest mountain, from the hottest region to the cold Antarctic plateau, environments... Read More

Counting Sheep In Climate Change Predictions

Climate change can have devastating effects on endangered species, but new mathematical models may be able to aid... Read More

Climate shifts — probability of randomness

Severe climate changes during the last ice-age could have been caused by random chaotic variations on Earth and not... Read More

Evolutionary Analysis, Third Edition

Evolutionary Analysis, Third Edition      ... Read More