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Lecture 13: (U. of Cambridge): Stochastic biology: stochastic telomere model and Rouse polymer model.

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

This lecture presents the final computation of the mean time to threshold. The second part concerns modeling telomere length during cell division (computation of the shortest telomere and comparison with the second shortest). The last introduce Rouse and the beta polymer model.



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