Shi-Huang Shao

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The existing models of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection dynamics are based on the assumption that the populations of viruses and cells are uniformly mixed. However, the real virus infection system is actually not homogeneous and some spatial factors might play a nontrivial role in governing the development of HBV infection and its outcome. For instance,(More)
P53, a vital anticancer gene, controls the transcription and translation of a series of genes, and implement the cell cycle arrest and cell apoptosis by regulating their complicated signal pathways. Under radiotherapy, cell can trigger internal self-defense mechanisms in fighting against genome stresses induced by acute ion radiation (IR). To simulate the(More)
Radiotherapy can cause DNA damage into cells, triggering the cell cycle arrest and cell apop-tosis through complicated interactions among vital genes and their signal pathways. In order to in-depth study the complicated cellular responses under such a circumstance, a novel model for P53 stress response networks is proposed. It can be successfully used to(More)
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