Computational modeling of radiation-induced lung fibrosis via the agent-based paradigm provides valuable insights into the initiation and progression of toxicity.
Computational pathology identifies immune-mediated collagen disruption to predict clinical outcomes in gynecologic malignancies
A computational pathology tool to quantitatively characterize the immune-collagen relationship in gynecologic cancers. It enables prognostic stratification of patients and provides insights into the biology of the tumor microenvironment.
Reports in March 2020 suggested new loss of smell as one of the symptoms of COVID-19. We here implemented a method that could use a straightforward collection of written comments describing changes in smell perception to reveal characteristics and predict who was infected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus
Proteomic analysis of COVID-19-associated Acute Kidney Injury is significantly driven by markers of hemodynamic instability, tubular injury and myocardial damage