Modeling the glucose-insulin regulatory system and ultradian insulin secretory oscillations with two explicit time delays.

@article{Li2006ModelingTG,
  title={Modeling the glucose-insulin regulatory system and ultradian insulin secretory oscillations with two explicit time delays.},
  author={Jiaxu Li and Yang Kuang and Clinton C. Mason},
  journal={Journal of theoretical biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={242 3},
  pages={
          722-35
        }
}
In the glucose-insulin regulatory system, ultradian insulin secretory oscillations are observed to have a period of 50-150 min. After pioneering work traced back to the 1960s, several mathematical models have been proposed during the last decade to model these ultradian oscillations as well as the metabolic system producing them. These currently existing models still lack some of the key physiological aspects of the glucose-insulin system. Applying the mass conservation law, we introduce two… Expand
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