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Biomathematics

Biomathematics, or mathematical biology, is an interdisciplinary field of biology which aims at modeling natural, biological processes using mathematical techniques and tools. It has both practical and theoretical applications in biological research.


Biomathematics Articles

A Mathematical Model for the Branched Chain Amino Acid Biosynthetic Pathways of Escherichia coli K12
As a first step toward the elucidation of the systems biology of the model organism Escherichia coli,

Date: 1 Jun 2007, Rating: 5.00, 8 pages

Computational biology of cardiac myocytes: proposed standards for the physiome project
Predicting information about human physiology and pathophysiology from genomic data is a compelling

Date: 1 Jun 2007, Rating: 1.00, 9 pages

The intricate side of systems biology
The combination of high-throughput methods of molecular biology with advanced mathematical and computational techniques

Date: 30 May 2007, Rating: not rated, 6 pages

Application of quantitative models from population biology and evolutionary game theory to tumor therapeutic strategies
Quantitative models from population biology and evolutionary game theory frame the tumor-host interface as a dynamical microenvironment

Date: 30 May 2007, Rating: not rated, 6 pages

A mathematical model of the cytosolic-free calcium response in endothelial cells to fluid shear stress
(calcium influx / agonist / mechanotransduction)

Date: 30 May 2007, Rating: 4.00, 5 pages

Biologists Put on Mathematical Glasses
Nothing has shaped the development of thought in physics more than Galileo's statement

Date: 30 May 2007, Rating: 6.50

Mathematical Modeling: Epidemiology Meets Systems Biology
This issue of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention includes a study on mathematical modeling of biological processes.

Date: 30 May 2007, Rating: not rated, 3 pages

Mathematical Modeling Predicts Cellular Communication
From the moment its life begins, the fate of a multicellular organism depends on how well its cells communicate.

Date: 29 May 2007, Rating: not rated

How Many Comparative Genomes Are Enough?
As the human genome sequence neared completion several years ago, geneticists eagerly began discussing which other organisms

Date: 29 May 2007, Rating: not rated

New Math Technique Opens Clearer Window On Universe
A fast, efficient image enhancement technique developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Date: 29 May 2007, Rating: not rated

Duke Geologist Decries Using Engineering Models To Predict Natural Phenomena
Using mathematical models to predict natural processes

Date: 29 May 2007, Rating: not rated

Colorado State Researcher Hopes Mathematicians Can Help Solve Problems That Water Causes In Mathematical Models Of Atmosphere
The problem with mathematical models that attempt to mimic global water circulation is water itself

Date: 29 May 2007, Rating: not rated

Mathematical Prediction Of On-off Switches In Cell Division Proven
A team of Virginia Tech researchers has experimentally verified the predictions of a mathematical model

Date: 29 May 2007, Rating: not rated

The Numbers Behind The Kidney
While the other Duke students stuck to theorems and proofs, Layton turned his attention to something more ordinary: urine.

Date: 29 May 2007, Rating: 1.00

'Most Recent Common Ancestor' Of All Living Humans Surprisingly Recent
In this week's issue of Nature, a Yale mathematician presents models showing that the most recent person who was a direct ancestor of all humans currently alive may have lived just a few thousand years ago.

Date: 20 Dec 2006, Rating: 1.00

Mathematical Tools For Predicting Facial Surgery Results
Cranio-maxillofacial surgery is a medical specialty focusing on facial and skull reconstruction.

Date: 20 Dec 2006, Rating: not rated

Mathematical Models Reveal 'Molten' And 'Glassy' States Of RNA
Mathematical models have given physicists a new look at DNA's chemical counterpart, RNA.

Date: 20 Dec 2006, Rating: not rated

Math Unites The Celestial And The Atomic
In recent years,researchers have developed astonishing new insights into a hidden unitybetween the motion of objects in space and that of the smallestparticles.

Date: 20 Dec 2006, Rating: 4.00

Polluted Ground Water Poured Into A Model
Dutch researcher Phil Ham has developed mathematical models to calculate the natural degradation capacity of polluted groundwater.

Date: 20 Dec 2006, Rating: 5.00

Researchers Develop Model To Help Control West Nile Outbreak
A University of Alberta researcher has developed the first model to predict risk of West Nile virus in North America--a tool that could help prevent the infectious disease from becoming an outbreak.

Date: 20 Dec 2006, Rating: not rated