Gerda de Vries
Gerda de Vries
Professor, Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences, University of Alberta
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A Model of< i> β</i>-Cell Mass, Insulin, and Glucose Kinetics: Pathways to Diabetes
B Topp, K Promislow, G de Vries, RM Miura, DT Finegood
Journal of Theoretical Biology 206 (4), 605-619, 2000
Nucleoplasmic β-actin exists in a dynamic equilibrium between low-mobility polymeric species and rapidly diffusing populations
D McDonald, G Carrero, C Andrin, G de Vries, MJ Hendzel
The Journal of cell biology 172 (4), 541-552, 2006
Using FRAP and mathematical modeling to determine the in vivo kinetics of nuclear proteins
G Carrero, D McDonald, E Crawford, G de Vries, MJ Hendzel
Methods 29 (1), 14-28, 2003
A course in mathematical biology: quantitative modeling with mathematical and computational methods
G de Vries, T Hillen, M Lewis, B Schõnfisch, J Muller
Society for Industrial Mathematics, 2006
Complex spatial group patterns result from different animal communication mechanisms
R Eftimie, G de Vries, MA Lewis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (17), 6974-6979, 2007
Modulation of the Bursting Properties of Single Mouse Pancreatic< i> β</i>-Cells by Artificial Conductances
TA Kinard, G de Vries, A Sherman, LS Satin
Biophysical journal 76 (3), 1423-1435, 1999
Kir6. 2 polymorphisms sensitize β-cell ATP-sensitive potassium channels to activation by acyl CoAs: a possible cellular mechanism for increased susceptibility to type 2 diabetes?
MJ Riedel, P Boora, D Steckley, G de Vries, PE Light
Diabetes 52 (10), 2630-2635, 2003
Modeling group formation and activity patterns in self-organizing collectives of individuals
R Eftimie, G De Vries, MA Lewis, F Lutscher
Bulletin of mathematical biology 69 (5), 1537, 2007
Channel Sharing in Pancreatic< i> β</i>-Cells Revisited: Enhancement of Emergent Bursting by Noise
G de Vries, A Sherman
Journal of Theoretical Biology 207 (4), 513-530, 2000
Diffusively coupled bursters: effects of cell heterogeneity
G de Vries, A Sherman, HR Zhu
Bulletin of mathematical biology 60 (6), 1167-1200, 1998
Characterizing fluorescence recovery curves for nuclear proteins undergoing binding events
G Carrero, E Crawford, MJ Hendzel, G de Vries
Bulletin of mathematical biology 66 (6), 1515-1545, 2004
Bursting as an emergent phenomenon in coupled chaotic maps
G de Vries
Physical Review E 64 (5), 051914, 2001
Multiple bifurcations in a polynomial model of bursting oscillations
G de Vries
Journal of Nonlinear Science 8, 281-316, 1998
From spikers to bursters via coupling: help from heterogeneity
G De Vries, A Sherman
Bulletin of mathematical biology 63 (2), 371-391, 2001
Reassessing the mathematical modeling of the contribution of vasomotion to vascular resistance
C Meyer, G de Vries, ST Davidge, DC Mayes
Journal of Applied Physiology 92 (2), 888-889, 2002
Quantification of Protein–Protein and Protein–DNA Interactions< i> In Vivo,</i> Using Fluorescence Recovery after Photobleaching
G Carrero, E Crawford, J Th'ng, G de Vries, MJ Hendzel
Methods in enzymology 375, 415-442, 2003
Weakly nonlinear analysis of a hyperbolic model for animal group formation
R Eftimie, G de Vries, MA Lewis
Journal of mathematical biology 59 (1), 37-74, 2009
West Nile virus: Using adapted primary literature in mathematical biology to teach scientific and mathematical reasoning in high school
SP Norris, JS Macnab, M Wonham, G De Vries
Research in Science Education 39 (3), 321-329, 2009
From cell population models to tumor control probability: Including cell cycle effects
T Hillen, G de Vries, J Gong, C Finlay
Acta Oncologica 49 (8), 1315-1323, 2010
Measurement of agonist and antagonist ligand-binding parameters at the human parathyroid hormone type 1 receptor: evaluation of receptor states and modulation by guanine nucleotide
SRJ Hoare, G de Vries, TB Usdin
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 289 (3), 1323-1333, 1999
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