2017-11-25. A new VCell model explores the effect of SH2 domain overexpression on the EGFR signaling pathway in a publication by Jadwin et al. The results suggest that signaling via SH2 domain binding is buffered over a wide range of concentrations. Explore the model from the listing on our Published Models page
2017-8-27. In a new publication from Acevedo et al (2017) binding interactions between VASP and the cytoskeletal adapter protein Zyxin were explored using a VCell model to predict the population distribution of different molecular complexes based on different kinetic parameters. Find a link to the publication in our published models list.
2017-07-30. A new PNAS publication by Jung et al. is the latest in a series of VCell models published by the Hille lab. This new model explores the role of arrestin in regulating ERK activity during GPCR signaling. View the model structure through our list of published models.
2017-07-10. A new publication in Biophysical Journal by Mohan et al. uses a VCell model to define mechanisms for signal amplification in the PLC/PKC pathway during chemotaxis. Link to the publication and view model details from our Published Models listing.
7-1-2017. CCAM welcomes several undergraduates and a graduate rotation student who are working on projects related to VCell this summer . Undergraduate students include Keeyan Ghoreshi, Anvin Thomas, Natalie de la Garrique and Shahan Kamal from UConn Storrs and Kevin Gaffney from the University of Oklahoma. Joe Masison is a new MD/PhD student from University of Maryland. Keeyan is working on the infrastructure for Sloppy Modeling projects, Shahan is modeling pathways using high-throuput data, Natalie […]
2017-6-30. A VCell model has been used to investigate activation of the contact pathway for blood coagulation, describing membrane-dependent reactions for activation of Factor XII and Factor XI in the presence of inhibitors. A link to the paper from Chelushkin et al., 2017 is found in our list of Published Models .
VCell was pleased and honored to host its 18th annual VCell Short Course on June 12-14, 2017. Twelve national and international scientists traveled to work with VCell developers and administrators to construct Virtual Cell models based on their own, personal research interests. Thanks to all for a successful time!