N. G. Cogan
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The role of the biofilm matrix in structural development
NG Cogan, JP Keener
Mathematical medicine and biology: a journal of the IMA 21 (2), 147-166, 2004
1912004
Phase-field models for biofilms II. 2-D numerical simulations of biofilm-flow interaction
T Zhang, N Cogan, Q Wang
Commun. Comput. Phys 4 (1), 72-101, 2008
1162008
Effects of persister formation on bacterial response to dosing
NG Cogan
Journal of theoretical biology 238 (3), 694-703, 2006
1102006
Modeling physiological resistance in bacterial biofilms
NG Cogan, R Cortez, L Fauci
Bulletin of mathematical biology 67 (4), 831-853, 2005
972005
Phase field models for biofilms. I. Theory and one-dimensional simulations
T Zhang, NG Cogan, Q Wang
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 69 (3), 641-669, 2008
922008
Two-fluid model of biofilm disinfection
NG Cogan
Bulletin of mathematical biology 70 (3), 800-819, 2008
602008
Colloidal and bacterial fouling during constant flux microfiltration: Comparison of classical blocking laws with a unified model combining pore blocking and EPS secretion
S Chellam, NG Cogan
Journal of Membrane Science 382 (1-2), 148-157, 2011
582011
Multiphase flow models of biogels from crawling cells to bacterial biofilms
NG Cogan, RD Guy
HFSP journal 4 (1), 11-25, 2010
572010
Failure of antibiotic treatment in microbial populations
P De Leenheer, NG Cogan
Journal of mathematical biology 59 (4), 563-579, 2009
492009
Channel formation in gels
NG Cogan, JP Keener
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 65 (6), 1839-1854, 2005
482005
Incorporating toxin hypothesis into a mathematical model of persister formation and dynamics
NG Cogan
Journal of theoretical biology 248 (2), 340-349, 2007
382007
Optimal control strategies for disinfection of bacterial populations with persister and susceptible dynamics
NG Cogan, J Brown, K Darres, K Petty
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 56 (9), 4816-4826, 2012
292012
Optimal backwashing in dead-end bacterial microfiltration with irreversible attachment mediated by extracellular polymeric substances production
NG Cogan, J Li, AR Badireddy, S Chellam
Journal of Membrane Science 520, 337-344, 2016
272016
Incorporating pore blocking, cake filtration, and EPS production in a model for constant pressure bacterial fouling during dead-end microfiltration
NG Cogan, S Chellam
Journal of Membrane Science 345 (1-2), 81-89, 2009
272009
Effect of periodic disinfection on persisters in a one-dimensional biofilm model
NG Cogan, B Szomolay, M Dindos
Bulletin of mathematical biology 75 (1), 94-123, 2013
242013
A method for determining the optimal back-washing frequency and duration for dead-end microfiltration
NG Cogan, S Chellam
Journal of Membrane Science 469, 410-417, 2014
222014
Biofilms and infectious diseases: biology to mathematics and back again
NG Cogan, JS Gunn, DJ Wozniak
FEMS microbiology letters 322 (1), 1-7, 2011
222011
Pattern formation by bacteria-driven flow
NG Cogan, CW Wolgemuth
Biophysical journal 88 (4), 2525-2529, 2005
192005
Regularized Stokeslets solution for 2-D flow in dead-end microfiltration: Application to bacterial deposition and fouling
NG Cogan, S Chellam
Journal of Membrane Science 318 (1-2), 379-386, 2008
182008
Fluid‐driven interfacial instabilities and turbulence in bacterial biofilms
S Fabbri, J Li, RP Howlin, A Rmaile, B Gottenbos, M De Jager, EM Starke, ...
Environmental microbiology 19 (11), 4417-4431, 2017
172017
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