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Nanotech 2005 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2005 Vol. 1
Technical Proceedings of the 2005 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 1

Chapter 9:

Computational Biology

-Simulation of Viral Gene Delivery
 A.T. Dinh, S. Mitragotri and T. Theofanous
 University of California, Santa Barbara, US
-A Curved Panel Integration Technique for Molecular Surfaces
 J.P. Bardhan, M.D. Altman, S.M. Lippow, B. Tidor and J.K. White
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
-Examining Tissue Differentiation Stability through Large Scale, Multi-Cellular Pathway Modeling
 R.L. Schiek and E.M. May
 Sandia National Laboratories, US
-Continuous Optimization Method for the Sequence Design of Protein Models Consisting of Multiple Monomer Types
 S.K. Koh, G.K. Ananthasuresh, X. Yang and J. Saven
 Indian Institute of Science, IN
-Applications of Parameterized Computation in Computational Biology
 X. Huang
 Arkansas State University, US
-Modeling of Cellular Communication by Means of Petrinets
 I. Barjis, S. Berri and J. Barjis
 New York City College of Technology, The City University of New Tork, US
-Computational Principles of Primer Design for Site Directed Mutagenesis
 A. Novoradovsky, V. Zhang, M. Ghosh, H. Hogrefe, J.A. Sorge and T. Gaasterland
 The Rockefeller University, US
-Modeling and Simulation of Carbohydrate Metabolism using Petri Net
 I. Barjis, J.W Yoel, J. Barjis, S. Berri and Y.S. Ru
 Polytechnic University, US
-Interaction of Coupled Particles Based on Lennard-Jones and Spring Forces in Brownian Ratchet Devices
 R. Retkute and J.P. Gleeson
 University College Cork, IE
-Application of Grid Focusing Methodology to Transport Monte Carlo Model for Ion Channel Simulations
 G.A. Kathawala, T. van der Straaten and U. Ravaioli
 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US
-A Multi-scale, Integrative Model of Cellular Electrophysiological Response Incorporating Intra/Extra-cellular Transport & Dynamics
 J.J. Feng, S. Krishnamoorthy and S. Sundaram
 CFD Research Corporation, US
-Systems Biology Conceptual Modeling by Means of Discrete-event Simulation (DNA-RNA-Protein)
 J.W. Yeol, I. Barjis, J. Barjis, S. Berri and Y. Ryu
 Polytechnic University, US
-Ion Channel Simulations by the TR-PNP Model and the Excess Chemical Potential Approach
 S. Hu and K. Hess
 Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US
-Johnson-Kendall-Roberts Theory Applied to Living Cells
 Y-S Chu, S. Dufour, J.-P. Thiery, E. Perez and F. Pincet
 Laboratoire de Physique Statistique de l'ENS, FR
-Bioinspired Miniaturization - Stretching Information from Coherence to Dissipation for Nano-to-Micro Integrated Intelligent Systems
 S. Santoli
 International Nanobiological Testbed Ltd., IT
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