Computation in Cellular and Molecular Biological Systems

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World Scientific, 1996 - Science - 362 pages
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Computation in Cellular and Molecular Biological Systems is a selection of papers presented at the First International Workshop on Information Processing in Cells and Tissues (IPCAT 95). The book contains contributions from mathematicians, biochemists, cell biologists, physiologists and computer scientists. It is multidisciplinary in nature and deals with integrative aspects of information processing, cellular systems and dynamical methods.
 

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Contents

Information Processing in Cells and Tissues
3
Modelling the Emergence of Coregulated Proteins in Biological
6
Concerted Regulation of Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate
29
A Role of Ca2+CalmodulinDependent Protein Kinase II
43
Mathematical Aspects of SignalProcessing via GProteins
57
Oscillations Positive Feedback and the Flow of Biological
69
A Data and Knowledge Base for Cell Signalling Networks
77
Specifying Logical Agents in Cellular Hierarchies
105
The Cell as a ProblemSolving Engine
183
Models of Information Processing within Inhomogeneous
209
Cohesive Interaction in Biomolecules and their Organizations
237
Bioenergetics and Biocommunication
251
Parameter Estimation for a Diffusion Approximation
265
Complex Trajectories from Simple Feedback Circuits
281
Roles of the Ion Channels in Reentrant Cardiac Arrhythmia
301
The Effects of Random Variation in Stimulation Timing
315

Nerve Signal Processing using Artificial Neural Nets
121
LongRange Metabolic Signalling in Heterogeneous Catalytic
137
Computational Models of Cellular Processing
167
A Model of Pituitary Release of Growth Hormone
329
On the Simulation of Health with the Tissue Automat
353
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