Edmund J. Crampin
Edmund J. Crampin
Professor, University of Melbourne, Australia
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Modelling cardiomyocyte energetics
EJ Crampin, M Pan, K Tran, S Ghosh, V Rajagopal
Modeling and Simulating Cardiac Electrical Activity, 2020
Ca2+ Release via IP3 Receptors Shapes the Cardiac Ca2+ Transient for Hypertrophic Signaling
H Hunt, A Tilūnaitė, G Bass, C Soeller, HL Roderick, V Rajagopal, ...
Biophysical Journal 119 (6), 1178-1192, 2020
Predicting population extinction in lattice-based birth–death–movement models
ST Johnston, MJ Simpson, EJ Crampin
Proceedings of the Royal Society A 476 (2238), 20200089, 2020
Insights From Computational Modeling Into the Contribution of Mechano-Calcium Feedback on the Cardiac End-Systolic Force-Length Relationship
ME Guidry, DP Nickerson, EJ Crampin, MP Nash, DS Loiselle, K Tran
Frontiers in Physiology 11, 587, 2020
Isolating the sources of heterogeneity in nano-engineered particle–cell interactions
ST Johnston, M Faria, EJ Crampin
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 17 (166), 20200221, 2020
Physically-plausible modelling of biomolecular systems: A simplified, energy-based model of the mitochondrial electron transport chain
PJ Gawthrop, P Cudmore, EJ Crampin
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 110223, 2020
Ca2+ release via IP3Rs increases RyR mediated Ca2+ spark frequency in ventricular cardiomyocytes without altering spark amplitude and duration
A Tilunaite, D Ladd, H Hunt, C Soeller, H Roderick, EJ Crampin, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
A few clarifications on MIRIBEL
M Faria, M Björnmalm, EJ Crampin, F Caruso
Nature Nanotechnology 15 (1), 2-3, 2020
A thermodynamic framework for modelling membrane transporters
M Pan, PJ Gawthrop, K Tran, J Cursons, EJ Crampin
Journal of theoretical biology 481, 10-23, 2019
Revisiting cell–particle association in vitro: A quantitative method to compare particle performance
M Faria, KF Noi, Q Dai, M Björnmalm, ST Johnston, K Kempe, F Caruso, ...
Journal of Controlled Release 307, 355-367, 2019
How Does the Internal Structure of Cardiac Muscle Cells Regulate Cellular Metabolism?
S Ghosh, E Hanssen, EJ Crampin, V Rajagopal
Microscopy and Microanalysis 25 (S2), 240-241, 2019
Computer-aided modelling of complex physical systems with BondGraphTools
P Cudmore, PJ Gawthrop, M Pan, EJ Crampin
arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.10799, 2019
Link between low-fouling and stealth: a whole blood biomolecular corona and cellular association analysis on nanoengineered particles
ACG Weiss, HG Kelly, M Faria, QA Besford, AK Wheatley, CS Ang, ...
ACS nano 13 (5), 4980-4991, 2019
Corrected pair correlation functions for environments with obstacles
ST Johnston, EJ Crampin
Physical Review E 99 (3), 032124, 2019
Mathematical modelling indicates that lower activity of the haemostatic system in neonates is primarily due to lower prothrombin concentration
I Siekmann, S Bjelosevic, K Landman, P Monagle, V Ignjatovic, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
IP3R Ca2+ release shapes the cytosolic Ca2+ transient for hypertrophic signalling in cardiomyocytes
H Hunt, A Tilunaite, G Bass, C Soeller, HL Roderick, V Rajagopal, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1902.04851, 2019
Assessing cardiomyocyte excitation-contraction coupling site detection from live cell imaging using a structurally-realistic computational model of calcium release
D Ladd, A Tilunaite, HL Roderick, C Soeller, E Crampin, V Rajagopal
Frontiers in physiology 10, 1263, 2019
Data-Driven Modelling of the Inositol Trisphosphate Receptor () and its Role in Calcium-Induced Calcium Release (CICR)
I Siekmann, P Cao, J Sneyd, EJ Crampin
Computational glioscience, 39-68, 2019
Insights on the impact of mitochondrial organisation on bioenergetics in high-resolution computational models of cardiac cell architecture
S Ghosh, K Tran, LMD Delbridge, AJR Hickey, E Hanssen, EJ Crampin, ...
PLoS computational biology 14 (12), e1006640, 2018
Maintaining the stem cell niche in multicellular models of epithelia
C Miller, E Crampin, J Osborne
arXiv preprint arXiv:1811.10781, 2018
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