Birhythmicity, chaos, and other patterns of temporal self-organization in a multiply regulated biochemical system.

@article{Decroly1982BirhythmicityCA,
  title={Birhythmicity, chaos, and other patterns of temporal self-organization in a multiply regulated biochemical system.},
  author={Olivier Decroly and Albert Goldbeter},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1982},
  volume={79 22},
  pages={6917-21}
}
We analyze on a model biochemical system the effect of a coupling between two instability-generating mechanisms. The system considered is that of two allosteric enzymes coupled in series and activated by their respective products. In addition to simple periodic oscillations, the system can exhibit a variety of new modes of dynamic behavior; coexistence between two stable periodic regimes (birhythmicity), random oscillations (chaos), and coexistence of a stable periodic regime with a stable… CONTINUE READING

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