Agnė Tilūnaitė
Agnė Tilūnaitė
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On the phase space structure of IP3 induced Ca2+ signalling and concepts for predictive modeling
M Falcke, M Moein, A Tilūnaitė, R Thul, A Skupin
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 28 (4), 045115, 2018
Probabilistic encoding of stimulus strength in astrocyte global calcium signals
W Croft, K Reusch, A Tilunaite, NA Russell, R Thul, TC Bellamy
Glia 64 (4), 537-552, 2016
Ca2+ release via IP3 receptors shapes the cardiac Ca2+ transient for hypertrophic signaling
H Hunt, A Tilūnaitė, G Bass, C Soeller, HL Roderick, V Rajagopal, ...
Biophysical journal 119 (6), 1178-1192, 2020
A Bayesian approach to modelling heterogeneous calcium responses in cell populations
A Tilūnaitė, W Croft, N Russell, TC Bellamy, R Thul
PLoS computational biology 13 (10), e1005794, 2017
Assessing cardiomyocyte excitation-contraction coupling site detection from live cell imaging using a structurally-realistic computational model of calcium release
D Ladd, A Tilūnaitė, HL Roderick, C Soeller, EJ Crampin, V Rajagopal
Frontiers in physiology 10, 1263, 2019
IP3R Ca2+ release shapes the cytosolic Ca2+ transient for hypertrophic signalling in cardiomyocytes
H Hunt, A Tilunaite, G Bass, C Soeller, HL Roderick, V Rajagopal
Biophysical Journal, 2020
Detecting RyR clusters with CaCLEAN: influence of spatial distribution and structural heterogeneity
D Ladd, A Tilunaite, C Soeller, HL Roderick, E Crampin, V Rajagopal
bioRxiv, 549683, 2019
IP3R activity increases frequency of RyR-mediated sparks by elevating dyadic Ca2+
J Chung, A Tilūnaitė, D Ladd, H Hunt, C Soeller, EJ Crampin, S Johnston, ...
bioRxiv, 2020.08. 13.249144, 2022
Detecting RyR Clusters with CaCLEAN: Validation and Influence of Spatial Heterogeneity
D Ladd, A Tilunaite, HL Roderick, C Soeller, E Crampin, V Rajagopal
Biophysical Journal 116 (3), 42a-43a, 2019
Modelling of intracellular calcium dynamics
A Tilūnaitė
University of Nottingham, 2018
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