# Search results for: Z. Farkas

Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis > 20 > 12 > 2862 - 2872

Space Science Reviews > 2018 > 214 > 5 > 1-39

Journal of Mathematical Biology > 2017 > 75 > 3 > 621-647

*Wolbachia*is possibly the most studied reproductive parasite of arthropod species. It appears to be a promising candidate for biocontrol of some mosquito borne diseases. We begin by developing a sex-structured model for a

*Wolbachia*infected mosquito population. Our model incorporates the key effects of

*Wolbachia*infection including cytoplasmic incompatibility and male killing. We also allow the possibility...

Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics > 2017 > 310 > C > 59-79

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 39 > 18 > 5175 - 5191

Journal of Evolution Equations > 2017 > 17 > 1 > 275-308

Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications > 2016 > 31 > C > 325-342

Clinical Neurophysiology > 2016 > 127 > 3 > e83-e84

Signals and Communication Technology > Grid Enabled Remote Instrumentation > Grid Resource Allocation, QoS, and Security > 303-312

Remote Instrumentation and Virtual Laboratories > Grid Infrastructure, Services, and Applications > 79-97

Bulletin of Mathematical Biology > 2015 > 77 > 10 > 1886-1908

Computers and Mathematics with Applications > 2013 > 66 > 9 > 1685-1694

Computer Science > 2013 > Vol. 14 (2) > 307--325

Mathematical Biosciences > 2012 > 240 > 1 > 70-75

Future Generation Computer Systems > 2012 > 28 > 6 > 871-880

Acta Biologica Hungarica > 2012 > 63 > 2 > 277-287

*Wickerhamomyces anomalus*VKM Y-159 strain produces two types of toxin designated as WAKT a and WAKT b, encoded by chromosomal genes. The WAKT a toxin is heat-labile, pronase sensitive acting in pH range 3–4 affecting on several yeasts including pathogenic

*Candida*species while the WAKT b toxin is protease- and thermo-resistant, acting in pH range 3–7 on two species,

*Candida alai*and

*Candida norvegica*...

Journal of Evolution Equations > 2012 > 12 > 3 > 495-512