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- M J Tindall, P K Maini, S L Porter, J P Armitage
- Bulletin of mathematical biology
- 2008

We review the application of mathematical modeling to understanding the behavior of populations of chemotactic bacteria. The application of continuum mathematical models, in particular generalized Keller-Segel models, is discussed along with attempts to incorporate the microscale (individual) behavior on the macroscale, modeling the interaction between… (More)

- G J Pettet, C P Please, M J Tindall, D L McElwain
- Bulletin of mathematical biology
- 2001

A mathematical model is proposed to explain the observed internalization of microspheres and 3H-thymidine labelled cells in steady-state multicellular spheroids. The model uses the conventional ideas of nutrient diffusion and consumption by the cells. In addition, a very simple model of the progress of the cells through the cell cycle is considered. Cells… (More)

- Marcus J. Tindall, Steven L. Porter, Philip K. Maini, Judith P. Armitage
- PLoS Computational Biology
- 2010

Understanding how multiple signals are integrated in living cells to produce a balanced response is a major challenge in biology. Two-component signal transduction pathways, such as bacterial chemotaxis, comprise histidine protein kinases (HPKs) and response regulators (RRs). These are used to sense and respond to changes in the environment. Rhodobacter… (More)

- M J Tindall, S L Porter, P K Maini, G Gaglia, J P Armitage
- Bulletin of mathematical biology
- 2008

Mathematical modeling of bacterial chemotaxis systems has been influential and insightful in helping to understand experimental observations. We provide here a comprehensive overview of the range of mathematical approaches used for modeling, within a single bacterium, chemotactic processes caused by changes to external gradients in its environment. Specific… (More)

- M J Tindall, M A Peletier, N M W Severens, D J Veldman, B A J M de Mol
- Mathematical medicine and biology : a journal of…
- 2008

A mathematical model is presented to understand heat transfer processes during the cooling and re-warming of patients during cardiac surgery. Our compartmental model is able to account for many of the qualitative features observed in the cooling of various regions of the body including the central core containing the majority of organs, the rectal region… (More)

- Marcus J Tindall, Eamonn A Gaffney, Philip K Maini, Judith P Armitage
- Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Systems biology…
- 2012

Research into understanding bacterial chemotactic systems has become a paradigm for Systems Biology. Experimental and theoretical researchers have worked hand-in-hand for over 40 years to understand the intricate behavior driving bacterial species, in particular how such small creatures, usually not more than 5 µm in length, detect and respond to small… (More)

- Joanne L. Dunster, Francoise Mazet, Michael J. Fry, Jonathan M. Gibbins, Marcus J. Tindall
- PLoS Computational Biology
- 2015

We present a data-driven mathematical model of a key initiating step in platelet activation, a central process in the prevention of bleeding following Injury. In vascular disease, this process is activated inappropriately and causes thrombosis, heart attacks and stroke. The collagen receptor GPVI is the primary trigger for platelet activation at sites of… (More)

- Philip J Murray, Carina M Edwards, Marcus J Tindall, Philip K Maini
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2009

Multiscale modeling is emerging as one of the key challenges in mathematical biology. However, the recent rapid increase in the number of modeling methodologies being used to describe cell populations has raised a number of interesting questions. For example, at the cellular scale, how can the appropriate discrete cell-level model be identified in a given… (More)

- Philip J Murray, Alex Walter, Alexander G Fletcher, Carina M Edwards, Marcus J Tindall, Philip K Maini
- Physical biology
- 2011

The integration of processes at different scales is a key problem in the modelling of cell populations. Owing to increased computational resources and the accumulation of data at the cellular and subcellular scales, the use of discrete, cell-level models, which are typically solved using numerical simulations, has become prominent. One of the merits of this… (More)

- Philip J Murray, Carina M Edwards, Marcus J Tindall, Philip K Maini
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2012

Although discrete cell-based frameworks are now commonly used to simulate a whole range of biological phenomena, it is typically not obvious how the numerous different types of model are related to one another, nor which one is most appropriate in a given context. Here we demonstrate how individual cell movement on the discrete scale modeled using nonlinear… (More)