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We present an efficient algorithm for individual-based, stochastic simulation of biological populations in continuous time. A simple method for its implementation is given and it is compared to Gillespie's commonly used Direct Method. These two methods are proven to be exactly equivalent and,...
In this study, we fabricated a novel variable wavelength surface plasmon resonance (SPR) sensor, which detects resonance conditions such as a maximum attenuation wavelength, measuring change of microscopic refractive index. Such a change was measured to detect a salmonella antigen–antibody...
The universe of cellular forms has received scarce attention by mainstream neo-Darwinian views. The possibility that a fundamental trait of biological order may consist upon, or be guided by, developmental processes not completely amenable to natural selection was more akin to previous epochs of...
We have deduced equations to quantify the entropy associated to the compartmentalization of components in eukaryotic cells as a function of cell and compartment volumes, and of the concentration of solutes. On the basis of known and plausible values of volume and solute concentrations and the...
Genes are often classified into biologically related groups so that inferences on their functions can be made. This paper demonstrates that the di-codon usage is a useful feature for gene classification and gives better classification accuracy than the codon usage. Our experiments with different...
In this paper the optimal control strategies of an SIR (susceptible–infected–recovered) epidemic model with time delay are introduced. In order to do this, we consider an optimally controlled SIR epidemic model with time delay where a control means treatment for infectious hosts. We use...
Recently, the population dynamic systems with impulsive controls have been researched by many authors. However, most of them are reluctant to study the seasonal effects on prey. Thus, in this paper, an impulsively controlled two-prey one-predator system with the Beddington–DeAngelis type...
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