Time Series Analysis of Particle Tracking Data for Molecular Motion on the Cell Membrane

@article{Ying2009TimeSA,
  title={Time Series Analysis of Particle Tracking Data for Molecular Motion on the Cell Membrane},
  author={Wenxia Ying and Gabriel Huerta and Stanly Steinberg and M. A. Carre{\'o}n Z{\'u}{\~n}iga},
  journal={Bulletin of Mathematical Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={71},
  pages={1967-2024}
}
Biophysicists use single particle tracking (SPT) methods to probe the dynamic behavior of individual proteins and lipids in cell membranes. The mean squared displacement (MSD) has proven to be a powerful tool for analyzing the data and drawing conclusions about membrane organization, including features like lipid rafts, protein islands, and confinement zones defined by cytoskeletal barriers. Here, we implement time series analysis as a new analytic tool to analyze further the motion of membrane… CONTINUE READING
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