Richard Henze
Richard Henze
PhD Student BioSystemAnalyse, University Jena
Verified email at uni-jena.de
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Spatial rule-based modeling: a method and its application to the human mitotic kinetochore
B Ibrahim, R Henze, G Gruenert, M Egbert, J Huwald, P Dittrich
Cells 2 (3), 506-544, 2013
182013
Active transport can greatly enhance Cdc20: Mad2 formation
B Ibrahim, R Henze
International journal of molecular sciences 15 (10), 19074-19091, 2014
132014
A dynamical model for activating and silencing the mitotic checkpoint
R Henze, P Dittrich, B Ibrahim
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
102017
Structural analysis of in silico mutant experiments of human inner-kinetochore structure
R Henze, J Huwald, N Mostajo, P Dittrich, B Ibrahim
BioSystems 127, 47-59, 2015
72015
Rule-based modeling in space for linking heterogeneous interaction data to large-scale dynamical molecular complexes
B Ibrahim, R Henze, G Gruenert, MM Egbert, J Huwald, P Dittrich
Cells 2 (3), 506-544, 2013
52013
Multi-scale stochastic organization-oriented coarse-graining exemplified on the human mitotic checkpoint
R Henze, C Mu, M Puljiz, N Kamaleson, J Huwald, J Haslegrave, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-17, 2019
32019
Spatial rule-based simulations: the SRSim software
R Henze, G Grünert, B Ibrahim, P Dittrich
Modeling Biomolecular Site Dynamics, 231-249, 2019
12019
Computer modeling of phase separation at PML nuclear bodies
R Henze, M Wenzel, P Dittrich, P Hemmerich
Biopolymers and Cell 35 (3), 185-185, 2019
2019
Coarse graining particle simulations of biological systems: exemplified on PML nuclear bodies and the SAC
R Henze
Models for A Dynamical Model for Activating and Silencing the Mitotic Checkpoint
R Henze
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