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Densitrometric measurements of the regeneration of cone visual photopigments have shown effects that cannot be explained by the existing quantitative models. Regeneration from a fully bleached state seems to depend on how this state has been reached and the shape of the regeneration curve cannot be produced by a first order reaction. Rushton and Henry… (More)

We apply our recently developed information-theoretic measures for the characterisation and comparison of protein-protein interaction networks. These measures are used to quantify topological network features via macroscopic statistical properties. Network differences are assessed based on these macroscopic properties as opposed to microscopic overlap,… (More)

We study the dynamics of the batch minority game, with random external information, using generating functional techniques introduced by De Dominicis. The relevant control parameter in this model is the ratio alpha=p/N of the number p of possible values for the external information over the number N of trading agents. In the limit N-->infinity we calculate… (More)

The entropy of a hierarchical network topology in an ensemble of sparse random networks, with "hidden variables" associated with its nodes, is the log-likelihood that a given network topology is present in the chosen ensemble. We obtain a general formula for this entropy, which has a clear interpretation in some simple limiting cases. The results provide… (More)

The Rho GTPase Cdc42 regulates cytoskeletal changes at the immunological synapse (IS) that are critical to T-cell activation. By imaging fluorescent activity biosensors (Raichu) using fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy, Cdc42 activation was shown to display kinetics that are conditional on the specific receptor input (through two IS-associated… (More)

We perform a quantitative analysis of information processing in a simple neural network model with recurrent inhibition. We postulate that both excitatory and inhibitory synapses continually adapt according to the following Hebbian-type rules: for excitatory synapses correlated pre- and post-synaptic activity induces enhanced excitation; for inhibitory… (More)

Herein we discuss how FRET imaging can contribute at various stages to delineate the function of the proteome. Therefore, we briefly describe FRET imaging techniques, the selection of suitable FRET pairs and potential caveats. Furthermore, we discuss state-of-the-art FRET-based screening approaches (underpinned by protein interaction network analysis using… (More)

Genomics and proteomics will improve outcome prediction in cancer and have great potential to help in the discovery of unknown mechanisms of metastasis, ripe for therapeutic exploitation. Current methods of prognosis estimation rely on clinical data, anatomical staging and histopathological features. It is hoped that translational genomic and proteomic… (More)

We use mathematical methods from the theory of tailored random graphs to study systematically the effects of sampling on topological features of large biological signalling networks. Our aim in doing so is to increase our quantitative understanding of the relation between true biological networks and the imperfect and often biased samples of these networks… (More)

We study the dynamics of a version of the batch minority game, with random external information and with different types of inhomogeneous decision noise (additive and multiplicative), using generating functional techniques à la De Dominicis. The control parameters in this model are the ratio alpha=p/N of the number p of possible values for the external… (More)