Dynamics of A Three-Variable Nonlinear Model of Vasomotion: Comparison of Theory and Experiment
The effects of pharmacological interventions that modulate Ca(2+) homeodynamics and membrane potential in rat isolated cerebral vessels during vasomotion (i.e., rhythmic fluctuations in arterial diameter) were simulated by a third-order system of nonlinear differential equations. Independent control variables employed in the model were [Ca(2+)] in the cytosol, [Ca(2+)] in intracellular stores, and smooth muscle membrane potential. Interactions between ryanodine- and inositol...[Show more]
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