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Phenomenologic mechanokinetic model of Ca2+-dependent contraction-relaxation of smooth muscle



Phenomenologic mechanokinetic model of Ca2+-dependent contraction-relaxation of smooth muscle



Ukrains'kyi Biokhimichnyi Zhurnal 73(6): 138-142



Phenomenological mechanokinetic model of the smooth muscle contraction response that based on the idea of separate contraction and relaxation phases additivity realizing in the Ca(2+)-dependent "parallel" dynamic regime was elaborated and tested in the biophysical tensometrical experiment. This model application may be perspective for the further development of conceptions concerning kinetic and energetic regularities of muscle contraction and its quantitative characteristics.

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