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Emerging patterns in tumor systems: simulating the dynamics of multicellular clusters with an agent-based spatial agglomeration model.
Thymidine kinase activation of ganciclovir in recurrent malignant gliomas: a gene-marking and neuropathological study.
Development of a three-dimensional multiscale agent-based tumor model: simulating gene-protein interaction profiles, cell phenotypes and multicellular patterns in brain cancer.
Identifying therapeutic targets in a combined EGFR-TGFßR signalling cascade using a multiscale agent-based cancer model.
Tumor growth instability and its implications for chemotherapy.
Cancer: a profit-driven biosystem?
Identification of Critical Molecular Components in a Multiscale Cancer Model Based on the Integration of Monte Carlo, Resampling, and ANOVA.
The impact of "search precision" in an agent-based tumor model.
Simulating non-small cell lung cancer with a multiscale agent-based model.
Cross-scale, cross-pathway evaluation using an agent-based non-small cell lung cancer model.
Multiscale agent-based cancer modeling.
Evolutionary game theory in an agent-based brain tumor model: exploring the 'Genotype-Phenotype' link.
An agent-based model identifies MRI regions of probable tumor invasion in a patient with glioblastoma.
Mathematical modeling in cancer drug discovery.
Development of a sampling-based global sensitivity analysis workflow for multiscale computational cancer models.
Simulating cancer growth with multiscale agent-based modeling.
Integrated PK-PD and agent-based modeling in oncology.
Development of Virtual Tumor
Simulating Brain Tumor Heterogeneity with a Multiscale Agent-Based Model: Linking Molecular Signatures, Phenotypes and Expansion Rate.