Ultra dense networks (UDN) are identified as one of the key enablers for 5G, since they can provide an ultra high spectral reuse factor exploiting proximal transmissions. By densifying the network infrastructure equipment, it is highly possible that each user will have one or more dedicated serving base station antennas, introducing the user-centric virtual cell paradigm. However, due to irregular deployment of a large amount of base station antennas, the interference environment becomes rather complex, thus introducing severe interferences among different virtual cells. This paper focuses on the downlink transmission scheme in UDN where a large number of users and base station antennas is uniformly spread over a certain area. An interference graph is first created based on the large-scale fadings to give a potential description of the interference relationship among the virtual cells. Then, base station antennas and users in the virtual cells within the same maximally-connected component are grouped
The question how living biological cells adapt their local or global mechanical properties when they have to move or deform, is intriguing and a field of intensive study worldwide.
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Through the Virtual Cell : A Closer Look The processes going on within our virtual cell occur at specific cellular locations. To emphasize the connections between these processes, the Closer Look section has been divided according the cellular organelles associated with the functions being illustrated. To see the Flash movie for the following sequences of images, click here.. ...
Here, we show that the multikinase inhibitor SO alone diminishes pancreatic CSC-like tumor cells, but depletes them significantly only in combination with the phytochemical SF. The major CSC characteristics of the CSChigh MIA-PaCa2 and CSClow BxPc-3 cell lines have been described in our recent study (6). In the present work, we describe the presence of two cell populations, which can be found in CSChigh but not in CSClow cells, namely, spheroidal cells and fibroblast-like adherent cells. These two populations may correspond to primitive CSCs and differentiated daughter cells, suggesting differentiation potential of in vitro cultured pancreatic CSCs. SO targeted both cell subpopulations present in the CSChigh cell line in vitro. This was due to the induction of apoptosis, DNA fragmentation, and downregulation of antiapoptotic proteins. In addition, SO strongly diminished clonogenicity, spheroid formation, and ALDH1 activity. Most importantly, the concentration of 20 μmol/L SO was selectively ...
Genome Project scientists say creating life-saving drugs isnt as easy as knowing all the genes in a human being -- they need a eureka technology to turn a mess into knowledge. Some are yelling Eureka! right now. By Kristen Philipkoski.
Honesty compels me to add that I was a member of the committee that wrote the current (1983) IUPAC-IUB Recommendations on Nomenclature and Symbolism for Amino Acids and Peptides, in which you will find, in Table 1, the words The systematic names and formulas given refer to hypothetical forms in which amino groups are unprotonated and carboxyl groups are undissociated. This convention is useful to avoid various nomenclatural problems but should not be taken to imply that these structures represent an appreciable fraction of the amino-acid molecules. I tried but failed to convince the rest of the committee that hypothetical was a euphemism that should be replaced by fictitious or nonexistent. After more than 30 years its hard to be certain, but I think the second sentence had not originally been in the draft but was added in an effort to keep me quiet. To be fair to the committee, I think the rest of the document shows correct structures, except for lapse with glutathione.. Delete ...
A tandem combinatorial reaction of four acyclic, colorless compounds (two α-aminoketones and two diones; one polar and one nonpolar for each) in aqueous solution (30 mM each, 60 °C, pH 7, 24 h) containing lipid vesicles and with or without quinones and solar illumination affords a distribution of up to 538 p
The aim of CELLmicrocosmos is the interactive 3D stereoscopic visualization of biological cells for a better understanding of their internal structures and their functioning.
In this PhD, we present some algorithms and complexity results for two general problems that arise in the analysis of a metabolic network: the search for elementary modes of a network and the search for minimal precursors sets. Elementary modes is a common tool in the study of the cellular characteristic of a metabolic network. An elementary mode can be seen as a minimal set of reactions that can work in steady state independently of the rest of the network. It has therefore served as a mathematical model for the possible metabolic pathways of a cell. Their computation is not trivial and poses computational challenges. We show that some problems, like checking consistency of a network, finding one elementary mode or checking that a set of reactions constitutes a cut are easy problems, giving polynomial algorithms based on LP formulations. We also prove the hardness of central problems like finding a minimum size elementary mode, finding an elementary mode containing two given reactions, counting the
We consider a generic protocell model consisting of any conservative chemical reaction network embedded within a membrane. The membrane results from the self-assembly of a membrane precursor and is se
PAOLO FRIL, chairman and chief scientific officer of GeneDupe, based in San Melito, California, is a man with a dream. That dream is a dragon in every home.. GeneDupes business is biotech pets. Not for Dr Fril, though, the mundane cloning of dead moggies and pooches. He plans a range of entirely new animals or, rather, of really quite old animals, with the twist that even when they did exist, it was only in the imagination.. Making a mythical creature real is not easy. But GeneDupes team of biologists and computer scientists reckon they are equal to the task. Their secret is a new field, which they call virtual cell biology . Biology and computing have a lot in common, since both are about processing information in one case electronic; in the other, biochemical. Virtual cell biology aspires to make a software model of a cell that is accurate in every biochemical detail. That is possible because all animal cells use the same parts list mitochondria for energy processing, the endoplasmic ...
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Page contains details about transposase oligomers-encapsulated lipid-based nanoparticle-like protocells . It has composition images, properties, Characterization methods, synthesis, applications and reference articles : nano.nature.com
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A team of researchers at Harvard University have modeled in the laboratory a primitive cell, or protocell, that is capable of building, copying and containing DNA.
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A SON element which is operative to carry out at least two different SON functions is provided, wherein each of the SON functions is associated with at least one SON related action, and wherein a SON
Watch this video to learn how the XploRA™ from Horiba brings chemical identification directly to your microscope. The XploRA can be coupled to both upright and inverted microscopes, allowing analysis of all sample types, ranging from semiconductors and nano-materials, through to biological cells and tissues.
How did life originate? And can scientists create life? These questions not only occupy the minds of scientists interested in the origin of life, but also researchers working with technology of the future.. If we can create artificial living systems, we may not only understand the origin of life - we can also revolutionize the future of technology.. Protocells are the simplest, most primitive living systems, you can think of. The oldest ancestor of life on Earth was a protocell, and when we see, what it eventually managed to evolve into, we understand why science is so fascinated with protocells. If science can create an artificial protocell, we get a very basic ingredient for creating more advanced artificial life.. However, creating an artificial protocell is far from simple, and so far no one has managed to do that. One of the challenges is to create the information strings that can be inherited by cell offspring, including protocells. Such information strings are like modern DNA or RNA ...
Cell cycle models used in biology can be very complex. These models have parameters with initially unknown values. The values of the parameters vastly aect the accuracy of the models in representing real biological cells. Typically people search for the best parameters to these models using computers only as tools to run simulations. In this thesis methods and results are described for a computer program that searches for parameters to a series of related models using well tested algorithms. The code for this program uses ODRPACK for parameter estimation and LSODAR to solve the dierential equations that comprise the model ...
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Recent experimental work in the field of synthetic protocell biology has shown that prebiotic vesicles are able to steal lipids from each other. This phenomenon is driven purely by asymmetries in the physical state or composition of the vesicle membranes, and, when lipid resource is limited, translates directly into competition amongst the vesicles. Such a scenario is interesting from an origins of life perspective because a rudimentary form of cell-level selection emerges. To sharpen intuition about possible mechanisms underlying this behaviour, experimental work must be complemented with theoretical modelling. The aim of this paper is to provide a coarse-grain mathematical model of protocell lipid competition. Our model is capable of reproducing, often quantitatively, results from core experimental papers that reported distinct types vesicle competition. Additionally, we make some predictions untested in the lab, and develop a general numerical method for quickly solving the equilibrium ...
The use of a combination of calibrated microbead populations with one or more calibrated biological cell populations to correct calibration of a flow cytometer for size and fluorescence intensity determinations of biological cell samples. The use of calibrated biological cells permits correction for factors related to the instrument and calibration microbeads so long as the excitation and emission spectra of the calibration microbeads, the calibration cells and the cell samples are all the same, respectively.
Living systems (humans) are complex. Changing just one thing is not possible. There are always unintended consequences, some perhaps good and other perhaps not so good.
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Alteration in charge means the membrane acts as a capacitor, with most cells having a resting potential 70-80mV lower than extracellular ...
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Newly formed protocell. Image 2 of 5. Artwork showing cellular components inside a basic cell membrane. This protocell (artificial cell) was formed from a synthetic primeval soup containing PNA (peptide nucleic acid, orange), fatty acids (blue) and lysosomes (enzyme-producing organelles, yellow). The primeval soup was a mix of carbon based molecules that chemically evolved to form simple cells, at the beginning of life. Scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, USA, attempted to recreate this in 2006 by making protocells. Here, the loose components have arranged themselves into an ordered structure resembling a simple cell. See G200/112-G200/116 for a series of images showing the creation of a protocell. - Stock Image G200/0113
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Title: Stochastic analysis of biochemical reaction networks with absolute concentration robustness Abstract: It has recently been shown that structural conditions on the reaction network, rather than a fine-tuning of system parameters, often suffice to impart "absolute concentration robustness" on a wide class of biologically relevant, deterministically modeled mass-action systems [Shinar and Feinberg, Science, 2010]. Many biochemical networks, however, operate on a scale insufficient to justify the assumptions of the deterministic mass-action model, which raises the question of whether the long-term dynamics of the systems are being accurately captured when the deterministic model predicts stability. I will discuss recent results that show that fundamentally different conclusions about the long-term behavior of such systems are reached if the systems are instead modeled with stochastic dynamics and a discrete state space. Specifically we characterize a large class of models which exhibit ...
Living Systems has seven units -- "The Nature of Biology," "Energy and the Cell," "The Continuation of Life," "Evolutionary Relationships," "Life Functions of Organisms," "Controlling Living Systems" and "Interactions in the Environment." Those are nice titles, but they give only a poor idea of the books content, and they dont convey what the book really is about. At bottom, Living Systems is a book about humans. Indeed, I suspect that it may have originated as an attempt to get some new mileage out of a mass of old material that dealt with human anatomy and physiology. Sure, the book mentions other organisms, and the paste-pushers have thrown in some chapters that purport to tell about evolution and ecology and what-have-you, but the result is silly. The material about evolution and ecology is hopelessly dumb and does little to divert attention from the books anthropocentric stance, and I doubt that anyone who really reads Living Systems will mistake it for a general-biology text. Its ...
A GPS Based Deterministic Channel Allocation for Cellular Network in Mobile Computing: 10.4018/978-1-60566-986-1.ch104: The scarcity of the radio channel is the main bottleneck toward maintaining the quality of service (QoS) in a mobile cellular network. As channel allocation
To achieve ideal timelines, you must accelerate every individual function and handoff utilizing a precise blend of innovative technologies, proven strategies and exceptional project management. The right combination will enable you to successfully go from transfection to IND in less than 12 months. This ambitious goal requires a true team effort from every department.. Speed to IND for Biologics, the first event in CBIs Bioprocessing Series, provides a comprehensive, cross-functional format that brings together experts from every department to share their perspectives, achievements and lessons learned as a community working towards the common goal of accelerating speed while managing and mitigating risk.. With 32 expert presenters, 20 case studies/new data presentations and just two days out of the office, you wont want to miss this first-of-its-kind event!. ...
Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry is a multidisciplinary scientific forum dedicated to advancing the frontiers of basic cellular research. It addresses scientists from both the physiological and bi
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In Nature, cells and tissues assemble and organize themselves within a matrix of protein fibers that ultimately determines their structure and function, such as the elasticity of skin and the contractility of heart tissue. ...
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Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. In this introductory course on Ordinary Differential Equations, we first provide basic terminologies on the theory of differential equations ...
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Relationships between Models of Genetic Regulatory Networks with Emphasis on Discrete State Stochastic Models: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0353-8.ch002: Genetic Regulatory Networks (GRNs) represent the interconnections between genomic entities that govern the regulation of gene expression. GRNs have been
We describe the formal verification of two theorems of theoretical biology. These theorems concern genetic regulatory networks: they give, in a discrete modeling framework, relations between the topology and the dynamics of these biological networks. In the considered discrete modeling framework, the dynamics is described by a transition graph, where vertices are vectors indicating the expression level of each gene, and where edges represent the evolution of these expression levels. The topology is also described by a graph, called interaction graph, where vertices are genes and where edges correspond to influences between genes. The two results we formalize show that circuits of some kind must be present in the interaction graph if some behaviors are possible in the transition graph. This work was performed with the ssreflect extension of the Coq system.
The future of cell culture development? Part II GEN has a new article that touches on post translational modifications, which one of the major issues facing biomanufacturers, especially those that produce (or hope to produce) biosimilars. As usual glycosylation is the major theme, but the.... ...
But neurons in other parts of the brain might function under additional or completely different rules. Moreover, 3-D space is harder to model using current software. "The algorithms weve created for studying the distribution of cells in two dimensions are all Matlab-based scripts," Reese says. "Once we add the depth dimension, they become extremely cumbersome." So he and his colleagues, including co-principal investigator Steven Eglen, DPhil, a lecturer at the University of Cambridge, are re-writing portions of the scripts in a lower-level language to improve computational efficiency.. The software will both simulate neuronal populations and compare the simulations to real biological data. The first simulation step: throw virtual cells into a defined space with various constraints (e.g., a specified vicinity to similar, or other types of, cells) until the cells achieve the same density as is found within a region in the brain. The researchers will also generate experimental data using ...
A mathematical model simulating the influence of environment (ENV) on aging of living systems is proposed. The model is based on the concept of continuous adaptation of a biological system (BS) to...
Cell, 2018;174(1):143-155. Intermittent pili-mediated forces fluidize Neisseria meningitidis aggregates promoting vascular colonization. D. Bonazzi, V. Lo Schiavo, S. Machata, I. Djafer-Cherif, P. Nivoit, V. Manriquez, H. Tanimoto, J. Husson, N. Henry, H. Chaté, R. Voituriez, and G. Duménil. ...
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Abstract , References , Similar Articles , Additional Information Abstract: This paper considers the problem of stabilizing a control system governed by a combination of partial and ordinary differential equations. The partial differential equations govern the evolution of the system in the interior of some spatial domain, and the ordinary differential equations describe the evolution of the boundary data; the control enters through the boundary ordinary differential equations in a bilinear fashion. We provide sufficient conditions for feedback stabilization of such ``hybrid systems. Two examples to wave equations with dynamic boundary conditions are provided ...
The most common models for dynamics of biological interaction networks (such as the dynamics of concentrations in biochemical reaction networks, the spread of infectious diseases within a population, and population dynamics in an ecosystem) are given by mass-action dynamical systems. Persistence and permanence are properties of dynamical systems related with the existence of strictly positive lower bounds on coordinates of trajectories within the positive orthant. For example, they are important in understanding properties of biochemical networks (e.g., will a chemical reactant be available inde﫿nitely in the future, or will it be completely consumed), and also in ecology (e.g., will a species become extinct in an ecosystem, or will it survive indefinitely), and in the dynamics of infectious diseases (e.g., will an infection die o﫿, or will it infect the whole population). We formulate the Persistence Conjecture, which says that weakly reversible mass-action systems are persistent, ...
Buy, download and read Thermodynamics of Biochemical Reactions ebook online in PDF format for iPhone, iPad, Android, Computer and Mobile readers. Author: Robert A. Alberty. ISBN: 9780471623557. Publisher: Wiley. Thermodynamics of Biochemical Reactions emphasizes the fundamental equations of thermodynamics and the application of these equations to systems of biochemical reactions. This emphasis leads to new th
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The overarching aims of the initiative are (1) to elucidate the principles and mechanisms that endow living systems with adaptive performance, and (2) to engineer solutions to medical and ecological challenges by leveraging and modulating adaptive biological systems. We envision these engineering solutions to involve an integration of advanced materials, devices and machines with living systems to yield synthetic bio-machine technologies.. Adaptability is the hallmark of living systems that distinguishes them from artificial systems. Molecular and cellular networks provide nimble defense systems that detect and protect against infections and pathogens. Meanwhile, pathogens combat therapeutic strategies through continual adaptations that render drugs ultimately ineffective. Cells sense and respond to cues to self-organize into tissues and organs with remarkable fidelity despite a noisy environment. At the human scale, even seemingly simple motor tasks, such as walking without spilling a cup of ...
The pioneering and world-leading research conducted at the University of Exeters state-of-the-art Living Systems Institute (LSI) will form the basis of the latest high-profile Global Conversation event.. Read story ...
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In this review we give an overview of computational and statistical methods to reconstruct cellular networks. Although this area of research is vast and fast developing, we show that most currently used methods can be organized by a few key concepts. The first part of the review deals with conditional independence models including Gaussian graphical models and Bayesian networks. The second part discusses probabilistic and graph-based methods for data from experimental interventions and perturbations. ...
Cellular biochemical machineries, what we call pathways, consist of dynamically assembling and disassembling macromolecular complexes. Although our models for the organization of biochemical machines...
The main types of biochemical reactions are reduction and oxidation, water addition and removal, bond breaking reactions and the movement of groups between molecules. There are many possible types of...
Plaques formed during atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries have now been linked to some harmful biochemical reactions that may further lead to damage in the lungs, liver,
The European Commission is funding a project in Spain, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands that will study complex living systems and apply its findings to technological systems, particularly robot swarms. The SWAM-ORGAN project aims to understand systems such as cells creating an organ and technologically replicate their ability to cope with the unexpected. The…
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