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A mathematical model describing the thyroid-pituitary axis with time delays in hormone transportation

Banibrata Mukhopadhyay, Rakhi Bhattacharyya (2006)

Applications of Mathematics

In the present paper, a mathematical model, originally proposed by Danziger and Elmergreen and describing the thyroid-pituitary homeostatic mechanism, is modified and analyzed for its physiological and clinical significance. The influence of different system parameters on the stability behavior of the system is discussed. The transportation delays of different hormones in the bloodstream, both in the discrete and distributed forms, are considered. Delayed models are analyzed regarding the stability...

A Team Approach to Undergraduate Research in Biomathematics: Balance Control

J. Milton, A. Radunskaya, W. Ou, T. Ohira (2011)

Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena

The question, how does an organism maintain balance? provides a unifying theme to introduce undergraduate students to the use of mathematics and modeling techniques in biological research. The availability of inexpensive high speed motion capture cameras makes it possible to collect the precise and reliable data that facilitates the development of relevant mathematical models. An in–house laboratory component ensures that students have the opportunity...

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