Volume 94, Numbers 1-2, October - November 2008
, Wee Jin Goh
: Nonlinear transient computation as a potential "kernel trick" in cortical processing.
: Temporal coding: The relevance of classical activity, its relation to pattern frequency bands, and a remark on recoding of excitatory drive into phase shifts.
, Mathieu Sablik
: Positive circuits and d-dimensional spatial differentiation: Application to the formation of sense organs in Drosophila.
: A network cell with molecular agents that divides from centrosome signals.
Volume 94, Number 3, December 2008
: Editorial introduction to the special issue on bio(nano)materials with structure-property relationship.
Friction and adhesion in (bio)systems
, Adekunle Oloyede
: Conceptualisation of articular cartilage as a giant reverse micelle: A hypothetical mechanism for joint biocushioning and lubrication.
: Simple example of structure versus property relationship applied to a reduced-friction biosystem, a quite personal opinion.
Protein and amphiphile (dis)orderly aggregation
: Protein crystal's shape and polymorphism prediction within the limits resulting from the exploration of the Miyazawa-Jernigan matrix.
: On the spherical prototype of a complex dissipative late-stage formation seen in terms of least action Vojta-Natanson principle.
Protein (collective) dynamics, involving confinement, stochastics and chemical reaction
Ion and/or molecule channels and intermicellar passages through dynamic structures of protein or lipid assemblages
(Anti)cancer cell systems as specific indicators of biomaterial's failures
Biosystems as seen from more macroscopic and behavioral points of view, with motivated implications toward nanoscale
: Model of two noise source dependent Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes applied to postural sway.