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Multispecies bacterial communities can be remarkably stable and resilient even though they consist of cells and species that compete for environmental resources. In silico models suggest that common signals released into the environment may help selected bacterial species cluster at common locations and that sharing of public goods (i.e. molecules produced(More)
BACKGROUND Microbial consortia are a major form of life; however their stability conditions are poorly understood and are often explained in terms of species-specific defence mechanisms (secretion of extracellular matrix, antimicrobial compounds, siderophores, etc.). Here we propose a hypothesis that the primarily local nature of intercellular signalling(More)
Members of bacterial communities communicate and cooperate via diffusible chemical materials they emit into the environment, and at the same time, they also compete for nutrients and space. Agent-based models (ABMs) are useful tools for simulating the growth of communities containing multiple interacting microbial species. In this work we present numerical(More)
Screening for congenital heart diseases by murmurs using telemedical phonocardiography ". Endrédy István Endrédy István, Novák Attila: Egy hatékonyabb webes sablonszűrő algoritmus – avagy miként lehet a cumisüveg potenciális veszélyforrás Obamára nézve. Cím: Biomimetic model of the outer plexiform layer by incorporating memristive devices
Quorum sensing (QS) is a process of bacterial communication and cooperation mediated by the release of jointly exploited signals and "public goods" into the environment. There are conflicting reports on the behavior of mutants deficient in the release of these materials. Namely, mutants that appear perfectly viable and capable of outgrowing wild type cells(More)
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