Chemical waves and fibrillating hearts: Discovery by computation


The distinct dynamics, on the one hand of chemical kinetics, and on the other of electrophysiology in cell membranes, seldom seem closely related. Nor do they often appear in the same journal report. But this has been changing in recent years, for example, since calcium waves have been found in brain tissues. Mathematicians are accordingly becoming involved… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02705042


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@article{Winfree2002ChemicalWA, title={Chemical waves and fibrillating hearts: Discovery by computation}, author={Arthur T. Winfree}, journal={Journal of Biosciences}, year={2002}, volume={27}, pages={465-473} }