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Synthetic Biology: Computational Modeling Bridging the Gap between In Vitro and In Vivo Reactions
The synthetic biology firstly refers to the design and fabrication of biological components and systems that do not already exist in the natural world and to the redesign and fabrication of existing biological systems. The ...
A comparative evaluation of open loop and closed loop drug administration strategies in the treatment of AIDS.
In recent years, many researchers in the field of biomedical sciences have made successful use of mathematical models to study, in a quantitative way, a multitude of phenomena such as those found in disease dynamics, control ...
An esthetics rehabilitation with computer-aided design/ computer-aided manufacturing technology
This paper describes a case of a rehabilitation involving Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD-CAM) system in implant supported and dental supported prostheses using zirconia as framework. The CAD-CAM ...
Mathematical modeling of regenerative processes
(Elsevier Academic Press Inc, 2014-02)
In many animals, regenerative processes can replace lost body parts. Organ and tissue regeneration consequently also hold great medical promise. The regulation of regenerative processes is achieved through concerted actions ...
SKPDB: A structural database of shikimate pathway enzymes
Background: The functional and structural characterisation of enzymes that belong to microbial metabolic pathways is very important for structure-based drug design. The main interest in studying shikimate pathway enzymes ...
Programming Paradigms and Mind Metaphors: Convergence and Cross-fertilization in the Study of Cognition
(Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2007)