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Biosystems

Print ISSN
0303-2647
Electronic ISSN
1872-8324
Impact factor
1.478
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Sciencedirect
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03032647
Usage rank
4504
Article count
2572
Free count
12
Free percentage
0.00466563
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  1. Erythrocyte: A systems model of the control of aggregation and deformability

    Biosystems 131:1 (2015)

    Highlights • In this study we employ the techniques of structural systems biology. • We investigate the mechanisms of regulation of erythrocyte propertie...
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    Biosystems 130:ii (2015)

  3. Mathematical modelling of fluid transport and its regulation at multiple scales

    Biosystems 130:1 (2015)

    Living matter equals water, to a first approximation, and water transport across barriers such as membranes and epithelia is vital. Water serves two competing functions. On the one hand, it is the fundamental solvent enabling random mobility of solutes and therefore biochemical reactio...
  4. On stochastic Gilpin–Ayala population model with Markovian switching

    Biosystems 130:17 (2015) PMID 25661327

    In this paper, we analyze a stochastic Gilpin–Ayala population model with Markovian switching and white noise. The Gilpin–Ayala parameter is also allowed to switch. We establish the global stability of the trivial equilibrium state of the model. Verifiable sufficient conditions which g...
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    Biosystems 130:IFC (2015)

  6. On exploration of geometrically constrained space by medicinal leeches Hirudo verbana

    Biosystems 130:28 (2015) PMID 25766395

    Leeches are fascinating creatures: they have simple modular nervous circuitry yet exhibit a rich spectrum of behavioural modes. Leeches could be ideal blue-prints for designing flexible soft robots which are modular, multi-functional, fault-tolerant, easy to control, capable for naviga...
  7. Efficient solutions to hard computational problems by P systems with symport/antiport rules and membrane division

    Biosystems 130:51 (2015) PMID 25802073

    P systems are computing models inspired by some basic features of biological membranes. In this work, membrane division, which provides a way to obtain an exponential workspace in linear time, is introduced into (cell-like) P systems with communication (symport/antiport) rules, where o...
  8. Dynamics of an SIR model with vaccination dependent on past prevalence with high-order distributed delay

    Biosystems 129:50 (2015) PMID 25555542

    This paper investigates the dynamics of an SIR model of childhood vaccination under the assumption that the vaccination uptake rate depends on past values of disease prevalence. The delay kernel is a high order Erlang function, which allows no instantaneous feedback between prevalence ...
  9. Corrigendum to: “Field programmable chemistry: Integrated chemical and electronic processing of informational molecules towards electronic chemical cells” [Biosystems, (2012) 109: 2–17]

    Biosystems 128 (2015)

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    Biosystems 128:ii (2015)