Vahid Shahrezaei, PhD

Mathematics Imperial College, London, London, England, United Kingdom 
Stochastic processes, Genetic networks
"Vahid Shahrezaei"
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Bertaux F, Marguerat S, Shahrezaei V. (2018) Division rate, cell size and proteome allocation: impact on gene expression noise and implications for the dynamics of genetic circuits. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 172234
Shahrezaei V, Marguerat S. (2015) Connecting growth with gene expression: of noise and numbers. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 25: 127-35
Delaney KR, Shahrezaei V. (2013) Uncaging calcium in neurons. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols. 2013: 1115-24
Ollivier JF, Shahrezaei V, Swain PS. (2010) Scalable rule-based modelling of allosteric proteins and biochemical networks. Plos Computational Biology. 6: e1000975
Shahrezaei V, Swain PS. (2008) The stochastic nature of biochemical networks. Current Opinion in Biotechnology. 19: 369-74
Shahrezaei V, Cao A, Delaney KR. (2006) Ca2+ from one or two channels controls fusion of a single vesicle at the frog neuromuscular junction. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 26: 13240-9
Shahrezaei V, Delaney KR. (2005) Brevity of the Ca2+ microdomain and active zone geometry prevent Ca2+-sensor saturation for neurotransmitter release. Journal of Neurophysiology. 94: 1912-9
Shahrezaei V, Delaney KR. (2004) Consequences of molecular-level Ca2+ channel and synaptic vesicle colocalization for the Ca2+ microdomain and neurotransmitter exocytosis: a monte carlo study. Biophysical Journal. 87: 2352-64
Otsu Y, Shahrezaei V, Li B, et al. (2004) Competition between phasic and asynchronous release for recovered synaptic vesicles at developing hippocampal autaptic synapses. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 24: 420-33
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