The Mathematical Theory of Integrative Physiology: Application to hippocampus for drug discovery

TitreThe Mathematical Theory of Integrative Physiology: Application to hippocampus for drug discovery
Type de publicationCommunications avec actes
Année de publication2010
Titre de la Conférence/colloqueIEEE Fifth International Conference on Bio-Inspired Computing: Theories and Applications, BIC-TA 2010
Pagination1406 - 1416
Dates du congrès, colloque2010
Langueeng
Auteur(s)Bennani, O., Chauvet P. et Dupont J-M.
Complément de titreIEEE Fifth International Conference on Bio-Inspired Computing: Theories and Applications, BIC-TA 2010
Ville, PaysLiverpool
Mots-clésCA1 circuit, Computing system, drug discovery, hippocampus, integrative physiology, mathematical analysis, mathematical theory, Mathematical Theory of Integrative Physiology, MTIP, pharmaceutical industry, physiological models
Résumé

The modeling and the simulation of biological structure needs a united formalism for all parts of a living system. For this purpose the MTIP (Mathematical Theory of Integrative Physiology) has been developed, by Pr Gilbert Chauvet, to offer an integrated description of a living system. In this paper we will present mainly the passage from a mathematical view of a living subsystem (CA1 circuit of the hippocampus) to its computational implementation and the development of the simulator that goes with in the aim to use and validate the MTIP.

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Date du colloque : 09/2010

URLhttp://okina.univ-angers.fr/publications/ua1558
DOI10.1109/BICTA.2010.5645287