Marc Sturrock
Marc Sturrock
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
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Spatio-temporal modelling of the Hes1 and p53-Mdm2 intracellular signalling pathways
M Sturrock, AJ Terry, DP Xirodimas, AM Thompson, MAJ Chaplain
Journal of theoretical biology 273 (1), 15-31, 2011
Spatial stochastic modelling of the Hes1 gene regulatory network: intrinsic noise can explain heterogeneity in embryonic stem cell differentiation
M Sturrock, A Hellander, A Matzavinos, MAJ Chaplain
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 10 (80), 20120988, 2013
Influence of the nuclear membrane, active transport, and cell shape on the Hes1 and p53–Mdm2 pathways: insights from spatio-temporal modelling
M Sturrock, AJ Terry, DP Xirodimas, AM Thompson, MAJ Chaplain
Bulletin of mathematical biology 74 (7), 1531-1579, 2012
A spatio-temporal model of Notch signalling in the zebrafish segmentation clock: conditions for synchronised oscillatory dynamics
AJ Terry, M Sturrock, JK Dale, M Maroto, MAJ Chaplain
PLoS One 6 (2), e16980, 2011
The role of dimerisation and nuclear transport in the Hes1 gene regulatory network
M Sturrock, A Hellander, S Aldakheel, L Petzold, MAJ Chaplain
Bulletin of mathematical biology 76 (4), 766-798, 2014
Hopf bifurcation in a gene regulatory network model: Molecular movement causes oscillations
M Chaplain, M Ptashnyk, M Sturrock
Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 25 (06), 1179-1215, 2015
A mathematical model of pre-diagnostic glioma growth
M Sturrock, W Hao, J Schwartzbaum, GA Rempala
Journal of theoretical biology 380, 299-308, 2015
The influence of nuclear compartmentalisation on stochastic dynamics of self-repressing gene expression
M Sturrock, S Li, V Shahrezaei
Journal of theoretical biology 424, 55-72, 2017
Mean field analysis of a spatial stochastic model of a gene regulatory network
M Sturrock, PJ Murray, A Matzavinos, MAJ Chaplain
Journal of mathematical biology 71 (4), 921-959, 2015
Identifying ultrasensitive HGF dose-response functions in a 3D mammalian system for synthetic morphogenesis
VR Senthivel, M Sturrock, G Piedrafita, M Isalan
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-15, 2016
Anti-angiogenic drug scheduling optimisation with application to colorectal cancer
M Sturrock, IS Miller, G Kang, NH Arba’ie, AC O’Farrell, A Barat, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-16, 2018
Heterogeneous responses to low level death receptor activation are explained by random molecular assembly of the Caspase-8 activation platform
A Matveeva, M Fichtner, K McAllister, C McCann, M Sturrock, DB Longley, ...
PLoS computational biology 15 (9), e1007374, 2019
Ohm’s Law for emergent gene expression under fitness pressure
M Ciechonska, M Sturrock, A Grob, G Larrouy-Maumus, V Shahrezaei, ...
bioRxiv, 693234, 2019
Stochastic reaction–diffusion algorithms for macromolecular crowding
M Sturrock
Physical biology 13 (3), 036010, 2016
Spatio-temporal modelling of gene regulatory networks containing negative feedback loops
M Sturrock
University of Dundee, 2013
Spatio-temporal modelling of intracellular signalling pathways: Transcription factors, negative feedback systems and oscillations
MAJ Chaplain, M Sturrock, AJ Terry
New Challenges for Cancer Systems Biomedicine, 55-82, 2012
Protein abundance may regulate sensitivity to external cues in polarized cells
M Sturrock, AT Dawes
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12 (106), 20150150, 2015
The influence of methylation status on a stochastic model of MGMT dynamics in glioblastoma: phenotypic selection can occur with and without a downshift in promoter methylation …
A Lasri, M Sturrock
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 110662, 2021
Phenotypic selection through cell death: stochastic modelling of O-6-methylguanine-DNA methyltransferase dynamics
A Lasri, V Juric, M Verreault, F Bielle, A Idbaih, A Kel, B Murphy, ...
Royal Society open science 7 (7), 191243, 2020
Ohm’s Law for increasing fitness gene expression with selection pressure
M Ciechonska, M Sturrock, A Grob, G Larrouy-Maumus, V Shahrezaei, ...
bioRxiv, 693234, 2020
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