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2013 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
Wójcik, Emilia Mikołajewska, Dariusz Mikołajewski, Piotr Wierzgała, Anna Gajos and Marcin Smolira Usefulness of EGI EEG system in brain computer interface research 73 UnauthenticatedDownload Date  ...  Kopański, Monika Kujdowicz, Paweł Lasko, Stanisław Micek, Roman Płaneta, Przemysław Sypka, Przemysław Korohoda and Jarosław Magda Smoleń, Zbigniew Sosin and Dorota Sobczyk Kucza Imaging Przemysław Korohoda  ...  Contents Joanna Jaworek-Korjakowska and Ryszard Tadeusiewicz Hair removal from dermoscopic color images  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2013-masthead2 fatcat:7phfbtl2xnehxovd3kozfm2w3a

Personalized precision medicine

Leszek Konieczny, Irena Roterman
2019 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
Along with the development of modern science, medical knowledge and therapy become more and more precise and personal as a consequence.  ...  Genetics and immunology participate in the progress in particular.  ...  Competing interests: The funding organization(s) played no role in the study design; in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data; in the writing of the report; or in the decision to submit  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2019-0047 fatcat:vxan4drn55a6tgbanqekq3mdzi

Bio-algorithms for the modeling and simulation of cancer cells and the immune response

Muhammad Idrees, Ayesha Sohail
2021 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
Mathematical modeling of tumor growth is an important and useful tool to observe and understand clinical phenomena analytically.  ...  AbstractThere have been significant developments in clinical, experimental, and theoretical approaches to understand the biomechanics of tumor cells and immune cells.  ...  The immune system consists of two types of immunity: innate immunity and acquired immunity or adaptive immunity. Innate immunity is the first and rapid response of our immune system to any pathogen.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2020-0054 fatcat:vpxcm3llirftpkiv72tct4uyui

New trends in theranostics

Paweł Moskal, Ewa Ł. Stępień
2021 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
We are pleased to present you the timely and insightful special issue of Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems dedicated to New trends in theranostics.  ...  activity, and development of new detecting systems allowing to conduct dynamic imaging.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2021-0204 fatcat:nofwim5nqvc35mrbj6qbypyaje

International Conference Cybernetic Modelling of Biological Systems MCSB 2015

2015 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
Another aspect concerns dynamics of proteins, with the increasing power of computers or the parallel use of huge numbers of CPUs, and the improvement of the algorithms.  ...  Answering the issue of 'Cybernetics Modelling of Biological Systems' covers a large spectrum of dimensions, starting from the molecular level up to the population level.  ...  It is widely used in many scientific areas including biology and medicine. This is because of its robustness and effectiveness.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2015-0011 fatcat:a4qiow5ozvcy5jzc6lbe47y5sa

Exact methods for lattice protein models

Martin Mann, Rolf Backofen
2014 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
By discretizing the structure space and simplifying the energy model over regular proteins, they enable detailed studies of protein structure formation and evolution.  ...  Currently, only one such exact approach is publicly available, namely the constraint-based protein structure prediction method and variants. Here, we review exact approaches and derived methods.  ...  Assuming the system to be in thermodynamic equilibrium [36] , the native fold will be the structure with minimal free energy [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2014-0014 fatcat:z5ftb32mz5dupnry6a5oqwulxq

International Conference Cybernetic Modelling of Biological Systems MCSB 2021

Zdzisław Wiśniowski
2021 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
Many of the achieved outputs have also had a positive influence on both technological and methodological toolkit of the MEFANET educational network covering all Czech and Slovak medical and healthcare  ...  The lecture will summarise current experience, the most important activities and results together with identified pitfalls in the area of medical and healthcare curriculum mapping.  ...  Olga Woznicka from the Microscopy Laboratory of the Institute of Zoology and Biomedical Research, the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, for specimen preparation and TEM imaging.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2021-0050 fatcat:nnby5y5ft5fjvlsh22rjgynj4u

Blue-emitting polystyrene scintillators for plastic scintillation dosimetry

Łukasz Kapłon, Gabriel Moskal
2021 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
Light output were measured and compared to the light output of commercial plastic scintillator.  ...  Methods Plastic scintillators with fixed concentration of various fluorescent additives, called wavelength shifters, absorbing ultraviolet light and emitting blue light were manufactured by radical bulk  ...  Energy transfer between UV-emitting BPBD and blue-emitting pyrene and α-NPO is not efficient.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2021-0088 fatcat:vynqinbxynhbblcaycbxr45f4m

BatchDeconvolution: a Fiji plugin for increasing deconvolution workflow

Zbigniew Baster, Zenon Rajfur
2020 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
AbstractDeconvolution microscopy is a very useful, software-based technique allowing to deblur microscopy images and increase both lateral and axial resolutions.  ...  In this work we present BatchDeconvolution, a Fiji plugin that bridges two programs that we used subsequently in an image deconvolution pipeline: PSF Generator and DeconvolutionLab2, both from Biomedical  ...  Author contributions: Z.B. designed and wrote the software, performed tests, and wrote the manuscript; Z.R. supervised software testing and contributed to the manuscript discussion and writing.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2020-0027 fatcat:ocbqkxlqpfflvmgz5vuqcmukdi

Bydgostian hand exoskeleton – own concept and the biomedical factors

Jakub Kopowski, Dariusz Mikołajewski, Marek Macko, Izabela Rojek
2019 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
of the "hardware" part of the whole system and the training paradigm are essential for therapy efficacy.  ...  Despite the aforementioned approach, we should be aware that hand exoskeleton constitutes hand support and rehabilitation robot system developing with the user; thus, certain coordination and continuity  ...  Its main parts are as follows: the frame, the power system (engines, actuators, and batteries), and the control system (with sensors included).  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2019-0003 fatcat:se2bsahsnncebbk3rre4phv3ei

On the mutation model used in the fingerprinting DNA

Andrzej Krajka, Ireneusz Panasiuk, Adam Misiura, Grzegorz M. Wójcik
2020 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
likelihood ratio (LR), sometimes called the paternity index.MethodsAmong the different assumptions stated in these computations is a mutation model (this model is used for all the computations).Results and  ...  The CE systems with 4-and 5-colour LIF detection systems are used routinely for capillary DNA sequencing and genotyping (DNA fingerprint) applications.  ...  The 3,973 persons loci were amplified using the commercial kits: PowerPlex 16Hs System and PowerPlex 17ESX System (Promega Corporation).  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2020-0057 fatcat:l6s5cz2o3neejh53mkkskitwqa

Cell proliferation induced by modified cationic dextran

Kamil Kamiński, Krystyna Stalińska, Anna Niziołek, Maria Wróbel, Maria Nowakowska, Marta Kaczor-Kamińska
2018 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
The interaction between oppositely charged membranes and polycations causes cell aggregation, loss of membrane fluidity, and membrane degeneration and may cause an increase of its permeability.  ...  This phenomenon has been noted for human and mouse fibroblasts and several other nonepithelial cell lines. However, the effect seems to be most pronounced for fibroblast cell lines.  ...  Author contributions: All the authors have accepted responsibility for the entire content of this submitted manuscript and approved submission. Employment or leadership: None declared.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2018-0036 fatcat:gdweyajrrvb6facqe6ht2ibn7e

The relationship between expression of VIMENTIN and CD146 genes in breast cancer

Kinga A. Kocemba-Pilarczyk, Paulina Dudzik, Katarzyna Leśkiewicz
2021 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
that both genes, CD146 and VIM may be directly controlled by the same mechanism or regulate one another.  ...  It is now known that high expression of the CD146 protein is not only characteristic of melanoma, but it occurs on a number of cancers, contributing to worse prognosis and increased aggressiveness.  ...  All affymatrix gene expression array data were normalized using the MAS5 algorithm.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2020-0058 fatcat:qpyawpytnnewxlz7wzqm3szhve

Comparison of restricted mean survival times between treatments based on a stratified Cox model

Xu Zhang
2013 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
Data preparation and macro invocation are illustrated in an analysis of survival data involving three types of stem cell transplants.  ...  ", "Year1", and "Year2".  ...  Let ˆk τ µ and ˆl τ µ be the restricted means for the kth and lth treatment, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2013-0101 fatcat:gzrfywqus5e5dcfzr5isj6hmia

Serious games as an aid in the development of people with intellectual disabilities

Anna Sochocka, Jakub Mirocha, Rafał Starypan
2020 Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems  
The article explains the rules of each game and depicts it with a screenshot from the application.  ...  This article contains the description of a web application created in order to help children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities.  ...  Competing interests: The funding organization(s) played no role in the study design; in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data; in the writing of the report; or in the decision to submit  ... 
doi:10.1515/bams-2019-0055 fatcat:p6em22ilgje4lknqc4p6xlfwxe
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