Dimitrios Kalamatianos

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Due to photo-toxicity, fluorescence microscopy imaging is a trade-off between signal to noise ratio, total observation time and spatio-temporal resolution. We propose a new and simple method to quantify the signal-dependent and the non-signal-dependent components of the noise from a single fluorescence microscopy image. No reference image is required and(More)
Preamble The use of new technology and mathematics to study the systems of nature is one of the most significant scientific trends of the century. Driven by the need for more precise scientific understand, advances in automated measurement are providing rich new sources of biological and physiological data. This data provides information with which to(More)
The regulation of cellular metabolism facilitates robust cellular operation in the face of changing external conditions. The cellular response to this varying environment may include the activation or inactivation of appropriate metabolic pathways. Experimental and numerical observations of sequential timing in pathway activation have been reported in the(More)
This paper deals with temporal enzyme distribution in the activation of biochemical pathways. Pathway activation arises when production of a certain biomolecule is required due to changing environmental conditions. Under the premise that biological systems have been optimized through evolutionary processes, a biologically meaningful optimal control problem(More)
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