2021-03-23.VCell 7.4 has been released. New in VCell 7.4 is the ability to preview geometries from the VCell database, vastly accelerated multiple trajectory stochastic simulations using the Gibson-Bruck solver, extension of unit display and automatic conversion to rate and assignment rules, support for external access to containerized versions of some VCell solvers with command line execution, as well as numerous additional improvements and bug fixes.
2020-11-30. Announcing the release of VCell 7.3! VCell 7.3 adds capabilities for multiple trajectories for non-spatial stochastic simulationss, interchange with the Open Modeling EXchange format (.omex), and automatic assignment of catalysts in the reaction diagram as well as numerous additional improvements and bug fixes.
2020-11-16. A new publication from the Lambert lab investigates the mechanisms that set the dynamic range of agonist-induced signaling using fluorescence imaging coupled with VCell modeling. Visit our published models page for links to the paper and to access the VCell model.
2020-9-3. A new VCell model created incollaboration between the McCulloch and Zhang labs helped to demonstrate that a second phase of RhoA activation is required to maintain RhoA-mediated transcription after receptor signalling ends. Find links to the model and paper by Zhang et al. on our published models page.
2020-10-20. A new publication from the Rangamani and Iyengar labs using VCell modeling to explore how cell shape affects calcium dynamics in vascular smooth muscle cells. Visit our published models page for links to the paper.
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.