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Eve
04/08/13 1:42pm

Hello, I am trying to reproduce a model for glycolytic oscillations in mathematica. The model has just three differential equations and many parameters. However there are some relations that are assumed to hold that I do not know how to implement. I am using NDSolve.

The state variables of my system are ATP, F6P and FBP and they change over time (t). The assumptions include, among others, these:

Atot=ATP(t)+ADP+AMP

Ka=(ATP(t)*AMP)/ADP^2
Being Ka=1 and Atot=500; ADP and AMP are parameters.


I do not know how to incorporate these relations in the system. The values are needed to solve numerically but as they depend on each other I cannot define them with an expression.

I will appreciate any help.

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