Cooperative Dynamics in Bidirectional Transport on Flexible Lattice

  title={Cooperative Dynamics in Bidirectional Transport on Flexible Lattice},
  author={Akriti Jindal and Atul Kumar Verma and Arvind Kumar Gupta},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Physics},
Several theoretical models based on totally asymmetric simple exclusion process (TASEP) have been extensively utilized to study various non-equilibrium transport phenomena. Inspired by the the role of microtubule-transported vesicles in intracellular transport, we propose a generalized TASEP model, where two distinct particles are directed to hop stochastically in opposite directions on a flexible lattice immersed in a three dimensional pool of diffusing particles. We investigate the interplay… 
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