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Journal Article

Mallet, Dann G., Heymer, Kelly-Jean, Rank, Roger G., & Wilson, David P. (2009) Chlamydial infection and spatial ascension of the female genital tract : a novel hybrid cellular automata and continuum mathematical model. FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology, 57(2), pp. 173-182.
Number of full-text downloads 60
Number of citations in Scopus 9
Number of citations in Web of Science® 11

Gray, Richard T., Beagley, Kenneth W., Timms, Peter, & Wilson, David P. (2009) Modeling the impact of potential vaccines on epidemics of sexually transmitted chlamydia trachomatis infection. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 199(11), pp. 1680-1688.
Number of full-text downloads 207
Number of citations in Scopus 41
Number of citations in Web of Science® 34

Hoare, Alexander, Timms, Peter, Bavoil, Patrik M., & Wilson, David P. (2008) Spatial constraints within the chlamydial host cell inclusion predict interrupted development and persistence. BMC Microbiology, 8(5).
Number of full-text downloads 53
Number of citations in Scopus 17
Number of citations in Web of Science® 19

Peters, Jan M., Wilson, David P., Myers, Gary, Timms, Peter, & Bavoil, Patrik M. (2007) Type III Secretion à la Chlamydia. Trends In Microbiology, 15(6), pp. 241-251.
Number of full-text downloads 668
Number of citations in Scopus 109
Number of citations in Web of Science® 105

Bavoil, Patrik, McElwain, Sean, Timms, Peter, & Wilson, David (2006) Type III Secretion, Contact-Dependent Model For The Intracellular Development of Chlamydia. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 68(1), pp. 161-178.
Number of citations in Scopus 39
Number of citations in Web of Science® 45

McElwain, Sean & Wilson, David (2005) Diffusion Theory can be Applied to Antibodies Attaching to Ligand Sites. The ANZIAM Journal, 46(4), pp. 495-505.

Wilson, David (2004) Mathematical Modelling of Chlamydia. The ANZIAM Journal, 45(E), C201-C214.

McElwain, Sean & Wilson, David (2004) A Model of Neutralization of Chlamydia Trachomatis Based on Antibody and Host Cell Aggregation on the Elementary Body Surface. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 226, pp. 321-330.
Number of citations in Scopus 8

McElwain, D. L. S., Wilson, D. P., Mathews, S., Pettitt, A. N., & Wan, C. (2004) Use of a quantitative gene expression assay based on micro-array techniques and a mathematical model for the investigation of chlamydial generation time. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 66(3), pp. 523-537.
Number of citations in Scopus 14
Number of citations in Web of Science® 15

Wilson, David (2003) Concentration of Cell Receptors is More Important in Effecting Binding Reactions than Cell Receptor Affinity. Australian Mathematical Society Gazette, 30(2), pp. 82-85.

McElwain, Sean & Wilson, David (2003) A Mathematical Model of Continuous HIV Mutations Eluding Immune Defence. Journal of Theoretical Medicine, 4(4), pp. 241-249.

McElwain, Sean, Timms, Peter, & Wilson, David (2003) A mathematical model for the investigation of the TH1 Iimmune response to Chlamydia trachomatis. Mathematical Biosciences, 182((2003)), pp. 27-44.
Number of citations in Web of Science® 14

Conference Paper

Koppi, Tony, Naghdy, Fazel, Chicharo, Joe, Sheard, Judy, Edwards, Sylvia L., & Wilson, David (2008) The crisis in ICT education : an academic perspective. In ASCILITE, Deakin University, Melbourne, VIC.
Number of full-text downloads 224
Number of citations in Scopus 1

Mallet, Daniel G., Heymer, Kelly-Jean, & Wilson, David P. (2008) A hybrid CA-PDE Model of chlamydia trachomatis infection in the female genital tract. In 6th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 16-20 July 2007, Zurich. (Unpublished)
Number of full-text downloads 237

QUT Thesis

Wilson, David (2003) The mathematical modelling of the cellular dynamics of human infectious diseases. PhD by Publication, Queensland University of Technology.
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