Simplest Kinetic Schemes for Biochemical Oscillators
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The topological structure of the simplest critical fragments in biochemical systems has been characterized. The conditions are considered where the critical fragments induce oscillations of the concentrations of the system participants. To illustrate, three biochemical systems (transport of ions through a membrane, protein phosphorylation, and two-substrate reaction) are discussed. The kinetic schemes of these systems contain one of the discovered critical fragments. Relaxation oscillations of the concentrations of the system participants were demonstrated using the numerical integration method.
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