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
Friction and adhesion in (bio)systems
: Editorial introduction to the special issue on bio(nano)materials with structure-property relationship.
Protein and amphiphile (dis)orderly aggregation
, 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 (collective) dynamics, involving confinement, stochastics and chemical reaction
Ion and/or molecule channels and intermicellar passages through dynamic structures of protein or lipid assemblages
: 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.
(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.