Nonergodic subdiffusion from transient interactions with heterogeneous partners.

@article{Charalambous2017NonergodicSF,
  title={Nonergodic subdiffusion from transient interactions with heterogeneous partners.},
  author={Christos Charalambous and Gorka Mu{\~n}oz-Gil and Alessio Celi and Maria F. Garcia-Parajo and Maciej Lewenstein and Carlo Manzo and Miguel Angel Garcia-March},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2017},
  volume={95 3-1},
  pages={
          032403
        }
}
Spatiotemporal disorder has been recently associated to the occurrence of anomalous nonergodic diffusion of molecular components in biological systems, but the underlying microscopic mechanism is still unclear. We introduce a model in which a particle performs continuous Brownian motion with changes of diffusion coefficients induced by transient molecular interactions with diffusive binding partners. In spite of the exponential distribution of waiting times, the model shows subdiffusion and… 
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