Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine

Table of Contents: 2008

  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 985192
  • - Original Article

RNA Packaging Motor: From Structure to Quantum Mechanical Modelling and Sequential-Stochastic Mechanism

Jelena Telenius | Anders E. Wallin | ... | Roman Tuma
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 942373
  • - Original Article

RNA Packing Specificity and Folding during Assembly of the Bacteriophage MS2

Ottar Rolfsson | Katerina Toropova | ... | Peter G. Stockley
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 937892
  • - Original Article

Conformational Changes in the Connector Protein Complex of the Bacteriophage φ29 DNA Packaging Motor

Arron C. Tolley | Nicola J. Stonehouse
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 873141
  • - Original Article

Computer Simulations of DNA Packing inside Bacteriophages: Elasticity, Electrostatics and Entropy

D. Marenduzzo
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 814264
  • - Original Article

DNA Knotting in Spooling Like Conformations in Bacteriophages

J. Arsuaga | Y. Diao
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 731729
  • - Original Article

The Influence of Symmetry on the Probability of Assembly Pathways for Icosahedral Viral Shells

Miklós Bóna | Meera Sitharam
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 724189
  • - Original Article

Pathway Complexity of Model Virus Capsid Assembly Systems

Navodit Misra | Daniel Lees | ... | Russell Schwartz
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 673630
  • - Original Article

SV40 Assembly In Vivo and In Vitro

Ariella Oppenheim | O. Ben-nun-Shaul | ... | M. Abd-El-Latif
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 609783
  • - Original Article

Biologic Constraints on Modelling Virus Assembly

Robert L. Garcea
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 561924
  • - Original Article

Polyomaviridae Assembly Polymorphism from an Energy Landscape Perspective

Karim M. ElSawy | Leo S. D. Caves | Reidun Twarock
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 462316
  • - Original Article

HIV-1 Integrase–DNA Interactions Investigated by Molecular Modelling

C. Fenollar-Ferrer | V. Carnevale | ... | P. Carloni
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 405367
  • - Original Article

New Insights into Viral Architecture via Affine Extended Symmetry Groups

T. Keef | R. Twarock
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 391403
  • - Original Article

Dynamics of Icosahedral Viruses: What Does Viral Tiling Theory Teach Us?

Kasper Peeters | Anne Taormina
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 327291
  • - Original Article

Irregular and Semi-Regular Polyhedral Models for Rous Sarcoma Virus Cores

J. Bernard Heymann | Carmen Butan | ... | Alasdair C. Steven
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 9
  • - Article ID 298350
  • - Original Article

A Comparative Analysis of the Structural Architecture of ssDNA Viruses

Antonette Bennett | Robert McKenna | Mavis Agbandje-McKenna
Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine
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