Toward the virtual stomach: progress in multiscale modeling of gastric electrophysiology and motility.

@article{Du2013TowardTV,
  title={Toward the virtual stomach: progress in multiscale modeling of gastric electrophysiology and motility.},
  author={Peng Du and Gregory O'Grady and Jerry Y Gao and Shameer Sathar and Leo K. Cheng},
  journal={Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Systems biology and medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={
          481-93
        }
}
Experimental progress in investigating normal and disordered gastric motility is increasingly being complimented by sophisticated multiscale modeling studies. Mathematical modeling has become a valuable tool in this effort, as there is an ever-increasing need to gain an integrative and quantitative understanding of how physiological mechanisms achieve coordinated functions across multiple biophysical scales. These interdisciplinary efforts have been particularly notable in the area of gastric… CONTINUE READING
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