Computational Modelling and the Pro-Drug Approach to Treating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

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Most of our work was implemented using Python scripts; we used CrankNicolson finite difference schemes, second order accurate in space, first order in the time-like sense. The velocity field within the test apparatus was produced by D'Arcy et al using the commercial CFD code Fluent. LPA and Verlet integration schemes were used to calculate the motion of a… (More)

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@article{Murphy2010ComputationalMA, title={Computational Modelling and the Pro-Drug Approach to Treating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria}, author={James T. Murphy and Ray Walshe and Marc Devocelle}, journal={ERCIM News}, year={2010}, volume={2010}, pages={34-35} }