S. R. Clark

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A. Cavalleri2
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Cell fusion has been used to analyse the genetic determinants of metastasis at the cellular level. Highly metastatic mouse melanoma cells were fused with diploid mouse lymphocytes and a range of hybrid clones isolated and tested for tumorigenicity and metastatic potential by s.c. injection into newborn, histocompatible, sublethally-irradiated mice. Although(More)
Optical pulses at THz and mid-infrared frequencies tuned to specific vibrational resonances modulate the lattice along chosen normal mode coordinates. In this way, solids can be switched between competing electronic phases and new states are created. Here, we use vibrational modulation to make electronic interactions (Hubbard-U) in Mott-insulator time(More)
Simulating quantum circuits using classical computers lets us analyse the inner workings of quantum algorithms. The most complete type of simulation, strong simulation, is believed to be generally inefficient. Nevertheless, several efficient strong simulation techniques are known for restricted families of quantum circuits and we develop an additional(More)
The behaviour in vivo of tight and loose variants of murine melanoma cells is further characterized. In vitro clonal morphology is reproduced on a variety of substrates. Results suggest that repeated selection of loose cells can co-select for cells with high metastatic and colonization potentials. Measurement of cell motility shows that 1G3 (loose) cells(More)
We propose a non-linear, hybrid quantum-classical scheme for simulating non-equilibrium dynamics of strongly correlated fermions described by the Hubbard model in a Bethe lattice in the thermodynamic limit. Our scheme implements non-equilibrium dynamical mean field theory (DMFT) and uses a digital quantum simulator to solve a quantum impurity problem whose(More)
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