AM  Vol.6 No.7 , June 2015
Mathematical Modeling in Cell Biomechanics: Myofibrils Contractile Activity
ABSTRACT
Cell as elastic rod behavior model is proposed to describe its contractile activity. The model takes into account the result of the transduction of external influences, which is resulting in the formation of internal deformation, and evaluates the mobility and/or the tension in the muscle cells under the external influence.

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Pokusaev, A. and Ogneva, I. (2015) Mathematical Modeling in Cell Biomechanics: Myofibrils Contractile Activity. Applied Mathematics, 6, 1131-1138. doi: 10.4236/am.2015.67103.
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