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- Christine Sample, Stanislav Y Shvartsman
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 2010

We developed a multiscale approach for the computationally efficient modeling of morphogen gradients in the syncytial Drosophila embryo, a single cell with multiple dividing nuclei. By using a homogenization technique, we derived a coarse-grained model with parameters that are explicitly related to the geometry of the syncytium and kinetics of… (More)

- Alexander M Berezhkovskii, Christine Sample, Stanislav Y Shvartsman
- Biophysical journal
- 2010

A morphogen gradient is defined as a concentration field of a molecule that acts as a dose-dependent regulator of cell differentiation. One of the key questions in studies of morphogen gradients is whether they reach steady states on timescales relevant for developmental patterning. We propose a systematic approach for addressing this question and… (More)

- Benjamin Allen, Christine Sample, Yulia Dementieva, Ruben C. Medeiros, Christopher Paoletti, Martin A. Nowak
- PLoS Computational Biology
- 2015

Over time, a population acquires neutral genetic substitutions as a consequence of random drift. A famous result in population genetics asserts that the rate, K, at which these substitutions accumulate in the population coincides with the mutation rate, u, at which they arise in individuals: K = u. This identity enables genetic sequence data to be used as a… (More)

- Peter V Gordon, Christine Sample, Alexander M Berezhkovskii, Cyrill B Muratov, Stanislav Y Shvartsman
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 2011

Some aspects of pattern formation in developing embryos can be described by nonlinear reaction-diffusion equations. An important class of these models accounts for diffusion and degradation of a locally produced single chemical species. At long times, solutions of such models approach a steady state in which the concentration decays with distance from the… (More)

Evolutionary game theory is a mathematical approach to studying how social behaviors evolve. In many recent works, evolutionary competition between strategies is modeled as a stochastic process in a finite population. In this context, two limits are both mathematically convenient and biologically relevant: weak selection and large population size. These… (More)

- Christine Sample, Alexander A. Golovin
- SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics
- 2011

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