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PUBLISHED: September 01, 2018 to September 28, 2018

Research Articles

Optimal multi-source forecasting of seasonal influenza

clusterExperiment and RSEC: A Bioconductor package and framework for clustering of single-cell and other large gene expression datasets

SIG-DB: Leveraging homomorphic encryption to securely interrogate privately held genomic databases

A fully autonomous terrestrial bat-like acoustic robot

Inter-nucleosomal communication between histone modifications for nucleosome phasing

Network mechanisms underlying the role of oscillations in cognitive tasks

Comparing two classes of biological distribution systems using network analysis

Co-evolution networks of HIV/HCV are modular with direct association to structure and function

Assessment of mutation probabilities of KRAS G12 missense mutants and their long-timescale dynamics by atomistic molecular simulations and Markov state modeling

Implications of alternative routes to APC/C inhibition by the mitotic checkpoint complex

A Markov chain for numerical chromosomal instability in clonally expanding populations

Selective ion permeation involves complexation with carboxylates and lysine in a model human sodium channel

The impact of surveillance and control on highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreaks in poultry in Dhaka division, Bangladesh

Informational structures: A dynamical system approach for integrated information

Modeling and prediction of clinical symptom trajectories in Alzheimer's disease using longitudinal data

Patient-specific pulse wave propagation model identifies cardiovascular risk characteristics in hemodialysis patients

Emergent mechanics of actomyosin drive punctuated contractions and shape network morphology in the cell cortex

Evolutionary footprint of epistasis

Model-based spatial navigation in the hippocampus-ventral striatum circuit: A computational analysis

The physiological variability of channel density in hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells and interneurons explored using a unified data-driven modeling workflow

Abstract concept learning in a simple neural network inspired by the insect brain

Robust spatial memory maps encoded by networks with transient connections

All-atom normal mode dynamics of HIV-1 capsid

Transition state characteristics during cell differentiation

Maintaining maximal metabolic flux by gene expression control

Condition-adaptive fused graphical lasso (CFGL): An adaptive procedure for inferring condition-specific gene co-expression network

Proteome-scale relationships between local amino acid composition and protein fates and functions

Inferring decoding strategies for multiple correlated neural populations

OptMDFpathway: Identification of metabolic pathways with maximal thermodynamic driving force and its application for analyzing the endogenous CO2 fixation potential of Escherichia coli

Comparison of fluctuations in global network topology of modeled and empirical brain functional connectivity

Individualised aspiration dynamics: Calculation by proofs

Quantitative single cell analysis uncovers the life/death decision in CD95 network

An information theoretic treatment of sequence-to-expression modeling

Multivariate classification of neuroimaging data with nested subclasses: Biased accuracy and implications for hypothesis testing

Multiscale analysis of autotroph-heterotroph interactions in a high-temperature microbial community

Emergence of spontaneous assembly activity in developing neural networks without afferent input


Correction: A method to quantify mechanobiologic forces during zebrafish cardiac development using 4-D light sheet imaging and computational modeling


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