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Multispecies reaction diffusion models and the Turing instability revisited

  title={Multispecies reaction diffusion models and the Turing instability revisited},
  author={Duccio Fanelli and Claudia Cianci and Francesca Di Patti},
  journal={arXiv: Biological Physics},
The Turing instability paradigm is revisited in the context of a multispecies diffusion scheme derived from a self-consistent microscopic formulation. The analysis is developed with reference to the case of two species. These latter share the same spatial reservoir and experience a degree of mutual interference due to the competition for the available resources. Turing instability can set in for all ratios of the main diffusivities, also when the (isolated) activator diffuses faster then the… 

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