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Volume 443, Pages 1-176, 14 April 2018 Journal of Theoretical Biology
Volume 443, Pages 1-176, 14 April 2018

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Performance limits and trade-offs in entropy-driven biochemical computers    Original Research Article
Pages 1-9
Dominique Chu
On Earth, there would be a number of fundamental kinds of primary cells – cellular domains – greater than or equal to four    Original Research Article
Pages 10-17
Massimo Di Giulio
Cooperative “folding transition” in the sequence space facilitates function-driven evolution of protein families    Original Research Article
Pages 18-27
Akira R. Kinjo
Temperature-driven population abundance model for Culex pipiens and Culex restuans (Diptera: Culicidae)    Original Research Article
Pages 28-38
Don Yu, Neal Madras, Huaiping Zhu
Data-driven modelling of social forces and collective behaviour in zebrafish    Original Research Article
Pages 39-51
Adam K. Zienkiewicz, Fabrizio Ladu, David A.W. Barton, Maurizio Porfiri, Mario Di Bernardo
An epigenetic basis for an omnigenic model of psychiatric disorders   
Pages 52-55
Jacob Peedicayil, Dennis R. Grayson
Indirect reciprocity with negative assortment and limited information can promote cooperation    Original Research Article
Pages 56-65
Eleanor Brush, Åke Brännström, Ulf Dieckmann
Approximate Bayesian computation reveals the importance of repeated measurements for parameterising cell-based models of growing tissues    Original Research Article
Pages 66-81
Jochen Kursawe, Ruth E. Baker, Alexander G. Fletcher
Modelling the transmission dynamics of two-strain Dengue in the presence awareness and vector control    Original Research Article
Pages 82-91
Ting-Ting Zheng, Lin-Fei Nie
Effects of mating patterns on genealogical trees: Assessment of the high carrier rate of Familial Mediterranean Fever in rural Israeli districts    Original Research Article
Pages 92-99
Orr Levy, Isak Nethanël Gath
Mathematical model and intervention strategies for mitigating tuberculosis in the Philippines    Original Research Article
Pages 100-112
Soyoung Kim, Aurelio A. de los Reyes, Eunok Jung
Mathematical modeling of antibody drug conjugates with the target and tubulin dynamics to predict AUC    Original Research Article
Pages 113-124
Jong Hyuk Byun, Il Hyo Jung
PREvaIL, an integrative approach for inferring catalytic residues using sequence, structural, and network features in a machine-learning framework    Original Research Article
Pages 125-137
Jiangning Song, Fuyi Li, Kazuhiro Takemoto, Gholamreza Haffari, Tatsuya Akutsu, Kuo-Chen Chou, Geoffrey I. Webb

Graphical abstract

The flowchart of PREvaIL for inferring catalytic residues based on the integration of sequence, structural, and residue-contact-network features using the random forest machine-learning framework.

EvoStruct-Sub: An accurate Gram-positive protein subcellular localization predictor using evolutionary and structural features    Original Research Article
Pages 138-146
Md. Raihan Uddin, Alok Sharma, Dewan Md Farid, Md. Mahmudur Rahman, Abdollah Dehzangi, Swakkhar Shatabda
Impact of stochastic migration on species diversity in meta-food webs consisting of several patches    Original Research Article
Pages 147-156
Tatjana Thiel, Barbara Drossel
A mathematical model of the mevalonate cholesterol biosynthesis pathway    Original Research Article
Pages 157-176
Frances Pool, Richard Currie, Peter K. Sweby, José Domingo Salazar, Marcus J. Tindall

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