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Quantifying transport in crowded biochemical environments

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Feb 2, 2015

Ruth E. Baker, Matthew J. Simpson

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Transport of cells and biochemical molecules often takes place in crowded, heterogeneous environments. As such, it is important we understand how to quantify crowded transport phenomena, and the possibilities of extracting transport coefficients from limited observations. We employ a vo...read more

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    bioRxiv

    Feb 2, 2015

    Ruth E. Baker, Matthew J. Simpson

    PMID: 990014704

    DOI: 10.1101/014704

    Abstract

    Transport of cells and biochemical molecules often takes place in crowded, heterogeneous environments. As such, it is important we understand how to quantify crowded transport phenomena, and the possibilities of extracting transport coefficients from limited observations. We employ a vo...read more

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