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Selected Publications

M. Mori, V. Patsalo, C. Euler, J. R. Williamson and M. Scott (2024) Proteome partitioning constraints in long-term laboratory evolution Nature Communications 15: art. 4087. [pdf]

M. Scott and T. Hwa (2023) Shaping bacterial gene expression by physiological and proteome allocation constraints Nature Reviews Microbiology 21: 327-342. [Abstract]

S. Jaramillo-Riveri, J. Broughton, A. McVey, T. Pilizota, M. Scott and M. El Karoui (2022) Growth-dependent heterogeneity in the DNA damage response in Escherichia coli Molecular Systems Biology 18: e10441. [Full text]

M. Scott (2021) Metabolic models predict evolutionary dynamics Nature Ecology and Evolution 5: 560-561. [Abstract]

N. Braniff, M. Scott and B. Ingalls (2019) Component Characterization in a Growth-Dependent Physiological Context: Optimal Experimental Design Processes 7: 52. [Full text]

S. Jun, F. Si, R. Pugatch, M. Scott (2018) Fundamental principles in bacterial physiology - History, recent progress, and the future (with focus on cell size control): A Review Reports on Progress in Physics 81: 056601. [pdf]

P. Greulich, J. Dolezal, M. Scott, M. R. Evans, R. J. Allen (2017) Predicting the dynamics of bacterial growth inhibition by ribosome-targeting antibiotics. Physical Biology 14: article 065005. [pdf]

W. Nicola, B. Tripp, M. Scott (2016) Obtaining arbitrary prescribed mean-field dynamics for recurrently-coupled networks of Type-I spiking neurons with analytically determined weights. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 10: article 15. [pdf]

M. Scott, P. Greulich, M. Evans, R. J. Allen (2015) Growth-dependent bacterial susceptibility to ribosome-targeting antibiotics. Molecular Systems Biology 11: 796. [pdf]

M. Scott, S. Klumpp, E. M. Mateescu and T. Hwa (2014) Emergence of robust growth laws from optimal regulation of ribosome synthesis. Molecular Systems Biology 10: 747. [pdf]

E. Hunsberger, M. Scott and C. Eliasmith (2014) The competing benefits of noise and heterogeneity in neural coding. Neural Computation 26: 1600-1623. [Abstract]

S. Klumpp, M. Scott, S. Pedersen and T. Hwa (2013) Molecular crowding limits translation and cell growth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 110: 16754-16759. [Abstract]

M. Scott (2012) Non-linear corrections to the time-covariance function derived from a multi-state chemical master equation. IET Systems Biology. 6: 116-124. [Abstract]

M. Scott and T. Hwa (2011) Bacterial growth laws and their applications. Current Opinion in Biotechnology. 22: 559-565. DOI: 10.1016/j.copbio.2011.04.014 [Abstract]

M. Scott, F. J. Poulin and H. Tang (2011) Approximating intrinsic noise in continuous multispecies models. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Series A. 467: 718-737. DOI: 10.1098/rspa.2010.0275 [Abstract]

M. Scott, C. W. Gunderson, E. M. Mateescu, Z. Zhang and T. Hwa (2010) Inter-dependence of cell growth and gene expression: Origins and consequences. Science 330: 1099-1102. [Abstract] [Commentary]

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C. Song, H. Phenix, V. Abedi, M. Scott, B. P. Ingalls, M. Kaern and T. J. Perkins (2010) Estimating the stochastic bifurcation structure of cellular networks. PLoS Computational Biology 6: e1000699. [Abstract]

M. Scott (2009) Long delay times in reaction rates increase intrinsic fluctuations. Physical Review E 80: 031129. [Abstract]

M. Scott, T. Hwa and B. Ingalls (2007) Deterministic characterization of stochastic genetic circuits. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 104: 7402-7407. [Abstract]

M. Scott , B. Ingalls and M. Kaern (2006) Estimations of intrinsic and extrinsic noise in models of nonlinear genetic networks. Chaos. 16: art. 026107, 1-15. [Abstract]

F. J. Poulin and M. Scott (2005) Stochastic parametric resonance in shear flow. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics. 12: 871-876. [Abstract]

L. Qian, L., M. Scott, K.V.I.S. Kaler and R Paul (2002) Integrated concentric ring dielectrophoretic (DEP) levitator. Journal of Electrostatics. 55: 65-79. [Abstract]

M. Scott, R. Paul, and K.V.I.S. Kaler (2000) Theory of frequency-dependent polarization of general planar electrodes. Part 1: Theoretical foundations and general results. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 230: 377-387. [Abstract]

M. Scott, R. Paul and K.V.I.S. Kaler (2000) Theory of frequency-dependent polarization of general planar electrodes. Part 2: Applications and results from homogeneous and array systems of electrodes. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 230: 388-395. [Abstract]

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