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Mobility induces global synchronization of oscillators in periodic extended systems
Authors: Peruani, F.; Nicola, E. M.; Morelli, L. G.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2010-09-17
Title of Journal: New Journal of Physics
Volume: 12
Sequence Number of Article: 093029
Document Type: Article
ID: 545760.0

Inward Rotating Spiral Waves in Glycolysis
Authors: Straube, R.; Vermeer, S.; Nicola, E. M.; Mair, T.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2010
Title of Journal: Biophysical Journal
Volume: 99
Issue / Number: 1
Start Page: L4
End Page: L6
Document Type: Article
ID: 493301.0

Diffusive coupling can discriminate between similar reaction mechanisms in an allosteric enzyme system
Authors: Straube, R.; Nicola, E. M.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2010
Title of Journal: BMC Systems Biology
Volume: 4
Sequence Number of Article: 165
Document Type: Article
ID: 518735.0

Critical Asymmetry for Giant Diffusion of Active Brownian Particles
Authors: Lindner, B.; Nicola, E. M.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2008-11-07
Title of Journal: Physical Review Letters
Volume: 101
Issue / Number: 19
Sequence Number of Article: 190603
Document Type: Article
ID: 404376.0

Antispiral waves as sources in oscillatory reaction-diffusion media
Authors: Nicola, E. M.; Brusch, L.; Bär, M.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2004-09-23
Title of Journal: Journal of Physical Chemistry B
Volume: 108
Issue / Number: 38
Start Page: 14733
End Page: 14740
Document Type: Article
ID: 228594.0

Drifting pattern domains in a reaction-diffusion system with nonlocal coupling
Authors: Nicola, E. M.; Or-Guil, M.; Wolf, W.; Bär, M.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2002-05
Title of Journal: Physical Review E
Volume: 65
Issue / Number: 5
Sequence Number of Article: 055101
Document Type: Article
ID: 478791.0

Interfaces between competing patterns in reaction diffusion systems withnonlocal coupling
Authors: Nicola, E. M.
Name of University: Technische Universität
Place of University: Dresden
Date of Approval (YYYY-MM-DD): 2002
Document Type: PhD-Thesis
ID: 478799.0