Genome-wide expression profile of sporadic gastric cancers with microsatellite instability.
Recurrence quantification analysis of the logistic equation with transients
Climate induced temperature effects on growth performance, fecundity and recruitment in marine fish: developing a hypothesis for cause and effect relationships in Atlantic cod (**Gadus morhua**) and…
Detecting deterministic signals in exceptionally noisy environments using cross-recurrence quantification
Cell Fate Decision as High-Dimensional Critical State Transition
Early warning signals associated with critical transitions can be detected in statistical ensembles of high-dimensional systems, offering a formal theory-based approach for analyzing single-cell molecular profiles that goes beyond current computational pattern recognition, does not require knowledge of specific pathways, and could be used to predict impending major shifts in development and disease.
Recurrence Quantification Analysis and Principal Components in the Detection of Short Complex Signals
MicroRNA-486-3p Regulates γ-Globin Expression in Human Erythroid Cells by Directly Modulating BCL11A
The data indicate that miR-486-3p might contribute to different HbF levels observed among thalassemic patients and, possibly, to the clinical severity of the disease.
3T multiparametric MRI of the prostate: Does intravoxel incoherent motion diffusion imaging have a role in the detection and stratification of prostate cancer in the peripheral zone?
A nonlinear explanation of aging-induced changes in heartbeat dynamics.
- A. Giuliani, G. Piccirillo, V. Marigliano, A. Colosimo
- MedicineAmerican Journal of Physiology. Heart and…
- 1 October 1998
This result confirms the "random-walk" character of the heartbeat as predicted by the terminal dynamics paradigm, thus allowing for a simple and comprehensive model of the effect of aging on cardiac dynamics: as age progresses, heart rate dynamics become increasingly predictable (constrained) on a beat-to-beat basis.
A Multiscale Graph Theoretical Approach to Gene Regulation Networks: A Case Study in Atrial Fibrillation
- F. Censi, A. Giuliani, P. Bartolini, G. Calcagnini
- BiologyIEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
- 5 May 2011
The changes in between gene expression correlation structure induced in heart tissue by atrial fibrillation are studied by means of a graph theoretical approach and the presence of a still largely unknown, scale invariant, global correlation field encompassing the entire genome is demonstrated.