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Biosystems

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0303-2647
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1872-8324
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4504
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2572
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    Biosystems 130:ii (2015)

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    Biosystems 130:IFC (2015)

  3. 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 ...
  4. 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)

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    Biosystems 128:IFC (2015)

  7. Non-equilibrium thermodynamical description of rhythmic motion patterns of active systems: A canonical-dissipative approach

    Biosystems 128:26 (2015) PMID 25619737

    We derive explicit expressions for the non-equilibrium thermodynamical variables of a canonical-dissipative limit cycle oscillator describing rhythmic motion patterns of active systems. These variables are statistical entropy, non-equilibrium internal energy, and non-equilibrium free e...
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    Biosystems 127:ii (2015)

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    Biosystems 127:IFC (2015)

  10. CytoNCA: A cytoscape plugin for centrality analysis and evaluation of protein interaction networks

    Biosystems 127:67 (2015) PMID 25451770

    Background and scope Nowadays, centrality analysis has become a principal method for identifying essential proteins in biological networks. Here we present CytoNCA, a Cytoscape plugin integrating calculation, evaluation and visualization analysis for multiple centrality measu...