Information processing in cells and tissues / edited by Mike Holcombe and Ray Paton.

New York : Plenum Press, [1998], ©1998.
ix, 327 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm


Related name
"Proceedings of the International Workshop on Information Processing in Cells and Tissues, held September 1-4, 1997, in Sheffield, United Kingdom"--T.p. verso.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Signalling and Communication: An Introduction to Section 1. Some Aspects of Gap Junction Dynamics in Embryonic Systems / Stephen Baigent, Jaroslav Stark and Anne Warner. Real Time Processing of Nerve Signals for Controlling a Limb Prostheses / Martin Bodgan and Wolfgang Rosentiel. Stimulus-Secretion Coupling in Pancreatic [beta]-Cells Explained by Chay's Store-Operated Model / Teresa Ree Chay. Towards Computational Models of Chemotaxis in Escherichia coli / Laurence Clarke and Ray C. Paton. Three Modes of Calcium-Induced Calcium Release (CICR) in Neurons / David D. Friel. [Phi]-neuron, a One Dimensional Spiking Model that Reproduces in vitro and in vivo Spiking Characteristics of Cortical Neurons / Boris S. Gutkin and G. Bard Ermentrout. A Simulation of Growth Cone Filopodia Dynamics Based on Turing Morphogenesis Patterns / Tim A. Hely, Arjen van Ooyen and David J. Willshaw.
  • Organ Function and Cell Behaviour: Simulating Disturbances in Ventricular Propagation / A. V. Holden, G. P. Kremmydas and A. Bezerianos. Extracellular Signalling in an Oscillatory Yeast Culture / Mark Keulers and Hiroshi Kuriyama. Dopamine-mediated Dephosphorylation of N/P-Type Calcium Channels in Striatal Neurons: A Quantitative Model / Rolf Kotter, Dirk Schirok and Karl Zilles. The World Wide Web Cytokine Database - New Techniques of Diagrammatic Information Management on the Web / Xiao Mang Shou and Siobhan North. Involvement of Receptor-Kinase in the Biochemistry Upstream from cAMP Synthesis in Cells / Juergen Nauroschat and Uwe an der Heiden. Amplification of Switching Characteristics of Biochemical-Reaction Networks Involving Ca[superscript 2+]/Calmodulin-Dependent Protein Kinase II: Implication for LTP Induced by a Single Burst during the Theta Oscillation / Hiroshi Okamoto and Kazuhisa Ichikawa.
  • Influence of Calcium Binding to Proteins on Calcium Oscillations and ER Membrane Potential Oscillations. A Mathematical Model / Stefan Schuster, Marko Marhl and Milan Brumen [et al.]. A Model of LHRH 'Self-Priming' at the Pituitary / Sinead Scullion, David Brown and Gareth Leng
  • Computation and Information: An Introduction to Section 2 / Ray Paton. Morphomechanical Feedback in Embryonic Development / L. V. Beloussov. Information Processing in Computational Tissues / Mark H. Butler, Ray C. Paton and Paul H. Leng. Semiotics of Complex Systems: A Hierarchical Notation for the Mathematical Structure of a Single Cell / Jerry L. R. Chandler. Localisation and Nonlocality in Computation / Ron Cottam, Nils Langloh and Willy Ranson [et al.]. Mining the Gene Expression Matrix: Inferring Gene Relationships from Large Scale Gene Expression Data / Patrik D'haeseleer, Xiling Wen and Stefanie Fuhrman [et al.]. Computational Models of Immunological Pathways / Mike Holcombe and Alex Bell.
  • Control Laws in the Mesoscopic Processes of Biocomputing / Felix T. Hong. A Computer System that Links Gene Expression to Spatial Organization of Caenorhabditis elegans / Tsuguchika Kaminuma, Takako Igarashi and Tatsuya Nakano [et al.]. Verbs, Glue and Categories in the Cellular Economy / Ray Paton and Koichiro Matsuno. A Computational Architecture Based on Cellular Processing / Mark Shackleton and Chris Winter. Distributivity, a General Information Theoretic Network Measure, or Why the Whole is More than the Sum of its Parts / Roland Somogyi and Stefanie Fuhrman. GeNet Database as a Tool for the Analysis of Regulatory Genetic Networks / Alexander V. Spirov and Maria G. Samsonova. Cellular-Automata-like Simulations of Dynamic Neural Fields / Jorg Wellner and Andreas Schierwagen. Towards a Metabolic Robot Control System / Jens Zeigler, Peter Dittrich and Wolfgang Banzhaf.
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