Charalampos Tsimpouris

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The immune response to viral infection is a temporal process, represented by a dynamic and complex network of gene and protein interactions. Here, we present a reverse engineering strategy aimed at capturing the temporal evolution of the underlying Gene Regulatory Networks (GRN). The proposed approach will be an enabling step towards comprehending the(More)
Towards unraveling the influenza A (H1N1) immunome, this work aims at constructing the murine host response pathway interactome. To accomplish that, an ensemble of dynamic and time-varying Gene Regulatory Network Inference methodologies was recruited to set a confident interactome based on mouse time series transcriptome data (day 1-day 60). The proposed(More)
While significant strides have been made in designing brain-machine interfaces for use in humans, efforts to decode truly dexterous movements in real time have been hindered by difficulty extracting detailed movement-related information from the most practical human neural interface, the electrocorticogram (ECoG). We explore a potentially rich, largely(More)
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