2020-08-05. The 2020 Computational Cell Biology Workshop was held as an online event Aug 3-5. Find videos of the key presentations here. Over 70 individuals participated overall; 16 individuals created models with VCell, COPASI and SpringSaLaD with help from CCAM team members in breakout rooms. A screen shot of one the opening day presentations serves in place of our traditional group photo this year.
2019-12-10. VCell 7.2 has been released. See the Release Notes for a full list of the many new features in VCell 7.2 including new functionality to store identifiers and text annotations for model components, a service linking VCell simulation with ImageJ image analysis functions, rate rules and assignment rules in ODE applications, improved SBML import along with several other improvements.
2019-6-18 CCAM hosted a Computational Cell Biology Workshop on June 24-26, 2019, a combined workshop for both VCell and COPASI modeling software. Ten scientists from the US, Netherlands and Germany traveled to work with the VCell and COPASI teams to construct models based on their own research interests. It was exciting to see VCell and COPASI models applied to such interesting cell biology projects. Thanks to all for a very successful course!
2019-06-13. A new Molecular Biology of the Cell publication from the Rangamani lab uses VCell and COPASI to develop a model to examine cross-talk between receptor tyrosine kinases and G proteins that regulate cAMP levels. Visit our published models page for links to the paper and to the VCell Biomodel.
2019-06-04. A new publication in Science Signaling from the Haugh and Rao labs describes the use of VCell modeling to assist in designing improved SH2 domain biosensors of EGFR phosphorylation. Visit our published models page for links to the paper and to the VCell Biomodel.
2019-02-14. A VCell spatial model created to identify mechanisms regulating membrane abundance of the small Gprotein RAF1 at the plasma membrane has been published in Molecular Biology of the Cell. Visit our published models page for links to the paper and to the VCell Biomodel.
2019-02-04. A new publication from the Hille lab uses a VCell model to reveal emergent properties of the behavior of voltage-sensitive phosphatases. Visit our published models page for links to the paper and to the VCell Biomodel.