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AMATH 531
Mathematical Theory of Cellular Dynamics

Biological cells are biochemical systems that obey the laws of physics. This course develops a coherent mathematical theory for processes inside living cells. It focuses on analyzing dynamics leading to functions of cellular components (gene regulation, signaling biochemistry, metabolic networks, cytoskeletal biomechanics, epigenetic inheritance) using deterministic and stochastic models.

Prerequisites:



Either courses in dynamical systems, partial differential equations, and probability, or permission of the instructor


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