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Lecture 12: (U. of Cambridge): Stochastic chemical reactions: modelling and analysis

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SDB - Stochastic dynamical systems in biology: numerical methods and applications

This lecture presents models and coarse-graining analysis of stochastic chemical reactions. The first time that k Brownian particles are bound is computed using Markov chains (Mean time to Threshold) . The conditional mean time and splitting probability are computed using certain paths in two dimensional Markov chains. D. Holcman.



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