Edinburgh Research Explorer

Prof Andrew Millar

Chair of Systems Biology

  1. 2013
  2. Hybrid regulatory models: a statistically tractable approach to model regulatory network dynamics

    Ocone, A., Millar, A. J. & Sanguinetti, G., 2013, In : Bioinformatics. 29, 7, p. 910-916 7 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  3. Modelling the widespread effects of TOC1 signalling on the plant circadian clock and its outputs

    Pokhilko, A., Mas, P. & Millar, A. J., 2013, In : BMC Systems Biology. 7, 1, 12 p., 23.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  4. Network balance via CRY signalling controls the Arabidopsis circadian clock over ambient temperatures

    Gould, P. D., Ugarte, N., Domijan, M., Costa, M., Foreman, J., Macgregor, D., Rose, K., Griffiths, J., Millar, A. J., Finkenstädt, B., Penfield, S., Rand, D. A., Halliday, K. J. & Hall, A. J. W., 2013, In : Molecular Systems Biology. 9, 650.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  5. Temperature-sensitive version of P2010 Arabidopsis clock model by Mirela Domijan, from Gould et al. 2013.

    Domijan, M., Halliday, K., Hall, A. J. W., Millar, A. & Rand, D. A., 2013

    Research output: Other contribution

  6. Variation in plastic responses of a globally distributed picoplankton species to ocean acidification

    Schaum, E., Rost, B., Millar, A. J. & Collins, S., 2013, In : Nature Climate Change. 3, p. 298–302

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  7. 2012
  8. Non-transcriptional oscillators in circadian timekeeping

    van Ooijen, G. & Millar, A. J., 1 Nov 2012, In : Trends in biochemical sciences. 37, 11, p. 484-492 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  9. Digital clocks: simple Boolean models can quantitatively describe circadian systems

    Akman, O. E., Watterson, S., Parton, A., Binns, N., Millar, A. J. & Ghazal, P., 7 Sep 2012, In : Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 9, 74, p. 2365-2382 18 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  10. The Input Signal Step Function (ISSF), a Standard Method to Encode Input Signals in SBML Models with Software Support, Applied to Circadian Clock Models

    Adams, R. R., Tsorman, N., Stratford, K., Akman, O. E., Gilmore, S., Juty, N., Le Novère, N. & Millar, A. J., Aug 2012, In : Journal of biological rhythms. 27, 4, p. 328-332 6 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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