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Invasion of cooperators in lattice populations: Linear and non-linear public good games.
We examined the dynamics of individual based stochastic models of the NVD. We analyze the dynamics in well-mixed and viscous populations. We show in both cases that coexistence between cooperators and defectors is possible; moreover, spatial aggregation of types in viscous populations can easily lea...
On evaluation of infection probabilities for different age groups.
It is well known that evaluation of parameters for any mathematical model is always very important and often a very difficult problem. This is especially true for agents-based models because as a rule the evaluation of an agent's parameters can be made only based on available information from the hi...
Investigating the properties of bio-chemical networks of artificial organisms with opposing behaviours.
We consider artificial organisms as single-celled organisms, how do the organisms' gene regulatory network, metabolic network and/or signalling network (their biochemical networks) maintain homeostasis of the organisms? This paper investigates the properties of the networks of best evolved artificia...
Biological complexity, quantum coherent states and the problem of efficient transmission of information inside a cell.
The intracellular channel of information transmission was analyzed from the point of view of complexity. The most important steps in the transfer of information within a cell are the folding, transport and recognition of proteins. It was shown that the large number of conformational degrees of freed...
The enhancement of stability of p53 in MTBP induced p53-MDM2 regulatory network.
We have modeled an MTBP-MDM2-p53 regulatory network by integrating p53-MDM2 autoregulatory model (Proctor and Gray, 2008) with the effect of a cellular protein MTBP (MDM2 binding protein) which is allowed to bind with MDM2 (Brady et al., 2005). We study this model to investigate the activation of p5...
Quantifying protein modularity and evolvability: a comparison of different techniques.
Modularity increases evolvability by reducing constraints on adaptation and by allowing preexisting parts to function in new contexts for novel uses. Protein evolution provides an excellent context to study the causes and consequences of biological modularity. In order to address such questions, how...
Towards molecular computing: co-development of microfluidic devices and chemical reaction media.
We describe this process for a molecular computing architecture that makes use of excitable lipid-coated droplets of Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction medium as its active processing components. We identify fluoropolymers with low melting temperature as a suitable substrate for microfluidics to be used...
Rebuilding Iberian motorways with slime mould.
We are attempting to answer the question "How close plasmodium of P. polycephalum approximates man-made motorway networks in Spain and Portugal, and what are the differences between existing motorway structure and plasmodium network of protoplasmic tubes?". We cut agar plates in a shape of Iberian p...
Using network context as a filter for miRNA target prediction.