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Generation and motion of interfaces in a mass-conserving reaction-diffusion system

@inproceedings{Miller2022GenerationAM,
  title={Generation and motion of interfaces in a mass-conserving reaction-diffusion system},
  author={Pearson W. Miller and Daniel Fortunato and Matteo Novaga and Stanislav Y. Shvartsman and Cyrill B. Muratov},
  year={2022}
}
Reaction-diffusion models with nonlocal constraints naturally arise as limiting cases of coupled bulk-surface models of intracellular signalling. In this paper, a minimal, mass-conserving model of cell-polarization on a curved membrane is analyzed in the limit of slow surface diffusion. Using the tools of formal asymptotics and calculus of variations, we study the characteristic wave-pinning behavior of this system on three dynamical timescales. On the short timescale, generation of an… 

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