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StoMP2009: Noisy Bugs: Modelling and Microbiology

Original Event Webpage: www.nesc.ac.uk/esi/events/962/

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- Day 1 14:00 - Welcome and Introduction. Rosalind Allen PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.75 MB)
- Day 1 14:15 Dynamic range and specificity in bacterial two-component signalling. Mark Goulian PowerPoint Format [PPT] (5.23 MB)
- Day 1 15:45 - Strategies for analysis of a complex regulatory network in E.Coli - the acid stress response. Peter Lund PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.34 MB)
- Day 1 16:30 - How does the ParABC system segregate low copy number plasmids in bacteria? Martin Howard PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.45 MB)
- Day 2 09:10 - The characterisation of the dynamics of the FliT:FliD:FlhD4C4 interaction and its role in regulating flagellar assembly. Phil Aldridge Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.82 MB)
- Day 2 11:00 - Modelling stochastic biochemical networks. Peter Swain Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (2.92 MB)
- Day 2 11:45 - Tuning bacterial behaviour. Judy Armitage PowerPoint Format [PPT] (7.27 MB)
- Day 2 14:00 - A systems approach to understanding microbial responses to oxygen. Alison Graham Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.67 MB)
- Day 2 14:20 - Switching regulatory models of cellular stress response. Guido Sanguinetti Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.24 MB)
- Day 2 14:40 - Abh, a novel activator of biofilm formation by Bacillus subtilis. Ewan Murray PowerPoint Format [PPT] (31.20 MB)
- Day 2 15:30 - How to switch from "off" to "on" and back again with OxyR, DNA modification and a replication fork. Marjan van der Woude Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (17.55 MB)
- Day 2 16:15 - Network inference in systems genetics. Dirk Husmeier Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (1.69 MB)
- Day 3 09:10 - Modelling the bacteriophage lambda genetic switch: the role of DNA looping interaction. Marco Morelli Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.98 MB)
- Day 3 09:30 - How walking slower can make you respond faster. Pieter Rein ten Wolde Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.79 MB)
- Day 3 11:00 - Binding to the negatively curved cell membrane. Leendert Hamoen PowerPoint Format [PPT] (4.54 MB)
- Day 3 11:45 - Respiratory pathway choice in Neisseria meningitides. James Moir PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.93 MB)
- Day 3 14:00 - Identification of a phosphorelay i bacterial chemotaxis predicted by mathematical modelling. Steven porter PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.32 MB)
- Day 3 14:40 - Modelling Sialic Acid metabolism. Dominique Chu Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (1.41 MB)
- Day 3 15:00 - Statistical physics of switching bacteria. Paolo Visco Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (1.58 MB)
- Day 3 15:50 - Metabolic modelling of a bacterial/animal symbiosis. Gavin Thomas PowerPoint Format [PPT] (7.60 MB)
- Day 3 16.35 - EcoliFunGen project: Tacking the Escherichia coli unknowneome. Barry Wanner Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.89 MB)
- Day 4 09.30 - Stochastic gene expression: modelling, analysis and identification. Mustafa Khammash Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (7.36 MB)
- Day 4 09:10 - Multi-stability of synthetic genetic networks with repressive cell-to-cell communication. Ekkehard Ullner Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (2.69 MB)
- Day 4 11:45 - Ribosome traffic in messenger RNAs: stochastic control of gene expression. Ian Stansfield PowerPoint Format [PPT] (4.80 MB)
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