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Some models for download

Download the models, copy them into the folder braincircX.X/models/archives on your computer, then go to the model management interface and ``restore'' them.

Model of brain NIRS signals from Banaji et al. (2008). .

The famous Lorentz model.

The famous Hodgkin-Huxley model taken from Keener and Sneyd (1998), p126ff

A basic model of glycolytic oscillations taken from Keener and Sneyd (1998), p18ff.

A basic two-pool model of calcium induced calcium release taken from Keener and Sneyd (1998), p163ff.

A detailed IP3 receptor model of calcium release taken from Keener and Sneyd (1998), p168ff.

The much used and cited model of vascular smooth muscle (VSM) force generation from Hai and Murphy (1988), p168ff.

The Ursino and Lodi 98 model of control of cerebral blood flow Ursino and Lodi (1998).

The Korzeniewski model of oxidative phosphorylation described in Korzeniewski and Zoladz (2001). (Model description available here).


M. Banaji, A. Mallet, C. Elwell, P. Nicholls, and C. Cooper.
A model of brain circulation and metabolism: NIRS signal changes during physiological challenges.
PLoS Comput Biol, accepted for publication, 2008.

C. M. Hai and R. A. Murphy.
Cross-bridge phosphorylation and regulation of latch state in smooth muscle.
Am J Physiol Cell Physiol, 254 (1): 99-106, 1988.

J. Keener and J. Sneyd.
Mathematical Physiology, volume 8 of Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics.
Springer, 1998.

B. Korzeniewski and J. A. Zoladz.
A model of oxidative phosphorylation in mammalian skeletal muscle.
Biophys Chem, 92: 17-34, 2001.

M. Ursino and C. A. Lodi.
Interaction among autoregulation, CO2 mathend000# reactivity, and intracranial pressure: a mathematical model.
Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 274 (5): H1715-H1728, 1998.

Murad Banaji 2008-09-03