Integrating in-silico models with in-vitro data to generate novel insights into biological systems

@inproceedings{Conway2019IntegratingIM,
  title={Integrating in-silico models with in-vitro data to generate novel insights into biological systems},
  author={Dan Conway},
  year={2019}
}
Models and computational predictions are useful in identifying certain key parameters that play a central role in defining the overall behavior of the system, and thus lead to new and more informative experiments. In this thesis, in-silico models are developed over a range of individual biological scales (macroscopic, mesoscopic and microscopic) for a range of cellular phenomena (cellular interactions, migration and signalling pathways) in order to highlight the importance of combined in-vitro… CONTINUE READING

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