Modelling chronotaxicity of cellular energy metabolism to facilitate the identification of altered metabolic states

@inproceedings{Lancaster2016ModellingCO,
  title={Modelling chronotaxicity of cellular energy metabolism to facilitate the identification of altered metabolic states},
  author={Gemma Lancaster and Yevhen F. Suprunenko and Kirsten Jenkins and Aneta Stefanovska},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
Altered cellular energy metabolism is a hallmark of many diseases, one notable example being cancer. Here, we focus on the identification of the transition from healthy to abnormal metabolic states. To do this, we study the dynamics of energy production in a cell. Due to the thermodynamic openness of a living cell, the inability to instantaneously match fluctuating supply and demand in energy metabolism results in nonautonomous time-varying oscillatory dynamics. However, such oscillatory… CONTINUE READING
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