Ramon Grima, Ph.D.

2005 Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
General Physics, General Biophysics
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Timothy Newman grad student 2005 Arizona State
 (Multi-scale modeling of chemotactic interactions.)
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Sukys A, Grima R. (2021) MomentClosure.jl: automated moment closure approximations in Julia. Bioinformatics (Oxford, England)
Cao Z, Filatova T, Oyarzún DA, et al. (2020) A Stochastic Model of Gene Expression with Polymerase Recruitment and Pause Release. Biophysical Journal
Perez-Carrasco R, Beentjes C, Grima R. (2020) Effects of cell cycle variability on lineage and population measurements of messenger RNA abundance. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface. 17: 20200360
Jia C, Grima R. (2020) Dynamical phase diagram of an auto-regulating gene in fast switching conditions. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 152: 174110
Beentjes CHL, Perez-Carrasco R, Grima R. (2020) Exact solution of stochastic gene expression models with bursting, cell cycle and replication dynamics. Physical Review. E. 101: 032403
Holehouse J, Cao Z, Grima R. (2020) Stochastic Modeling of Autoregulatory Genetic Feedback Loops: A Review and Comparative Study. Biophysical Journal
Jia C, Grima R. (2020) Small protein number effects in stochastic models of autoregulated bursty gene expression. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 152: 084115
Cao Z, Grima R. (2020) Analytical distributions for detailed models of stochastic gene expression in eukaryotic cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Holehouse J, Gupta A, Grima R. (2020) Steady-state fluctuations of a genetic feedback loop with fluctuating rate parameters using the unified colored noise approximation Journal of Physics A
Öcal K, Grima R, Sanguinetti G. (2020) Parameter estimation for biochemical reaction networks using Wasserstein distances Journal of Physics A. 53: 34002
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