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13 Feb 2015
Registration open for the 2015 Computational Methods for Spatially Realistic Microphysiological Simulations workshop on April 27-29.


MCell (Monte Carlo cell) is a program that uses spatially realistic 3-D cellular models and specialized Monte Carlo algorithms to simulate the movements and reactions of molecules within and between cells—cellular microphysiology.
If you cannot get MCell to run or it is crashing unexpectedly, post your problems here.
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by jczech
3 months 4 weeks ago
Ask questions about how to design your MCell models here. This might include questions about best practices, optimizing your models, or making sure MCell is the right tool for what you are studying.
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by Bob
3 months 5 hours ago


CellBlender is an addon for Blender 2.6x that allows users to create computational cell biology models for use in MCell. In addition, it is used to visualize MCell simulation results, including the locations and states of participating meshes and molecules.
If you cannot get CellBlender to run or it is crashing unexpectedly, post your problems here.
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by nikomir
5 days 8 hours ago
Ask questions about creating models using CellBlender or how to visualize MCell simulations.
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by jczech
2 months 5 days ago
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