Anna Cai
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Multi-scale modeling of a wound-healing cell migration assay
AQ Cai, KA Landman, BD Hughes
Journal of theoretical biology 245 (3), 576-594, 2007
Cell migration and proliferation during monolayer formation and wound healing
A Tremel, A Cai, N Tirtaatmadja, BD Hughes, GW Stevens, KA Landman, ...
Chemical Engineering Science 64 (2), 247-253, 2009
Noise drives sharpening of gene expression boundaries in the zebrafish hindbrain
L Zhang, K Radtke, L Zheng, AQ Cai, TF Schilling, Q Nie
Molecular systems biology 8 (1), 613, 2012
Ovol2 suppresses cell cycling and terminal differentiation of keratinocytes by directly repressing c-Myc and Notch1
J Wells, B Lee, AQ Cai, A Karapetyan, WJ Lee, E Rugg, S Sinha, Q Nie, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 284 (42), 29125-29135, 2009
Cellular retinoic acid-binding proteins are essential for hindbrain patterning and signal robustness in zebrafish
AQ Cai, K Radtke, A Linville, AD Lander, Q Nie, TF Schilling
Development 139 (12), 2150-2155, 2012
Modelling directional guidance and motility regulation in cell migration
AQ Cai, KA Landman, BD Hughes
Bulletin of mathematical biology 68 (1), 25-52, 2006
Cell proliferation and oxygen diffusion in a vascularising scaffold
KA Landman, AQ Cai
Bulletin of mathematical biology 69 (7), 2405-2428, 2007
Travelling waves of attached and detached cells in a wound-healing cell migration assay
KA Landman, AQ Cai, BD Hughes
Bulletin of mathematical biology 69 (7), 2119-2138, 2007
T cell development in the thymus: From periodic seeding to constant output
AQ Cai, KA Landman, BD Hughes, CM Witt
Journal of theoretical biology 249 (2), 384-394, 2007
Red queen dynamics in specific predator–prey systems
T Harris, AQ Cai
Journal of mathematical biology 71 (4), 997-1016, 2015
Multi-scale Modelling for Threshold Dependent Differentiation
AQ Cai, Y Peng, J Wells, X Dai, Q Nie
Mathematical modelling of natural phenomena 4 (04), 103-117, 2009
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