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ECE602 BME I Ordinary Differential Equations in Biomedical Engineering (Cont’d)

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model An empirical model of an action potential in a squid giant axon

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model Separation of charges across a membrane Negative ions along the inside of the cell membrane Positive ions along the outside of the cell membrane Elsewhere the negative and positive ions are approximately evenly distributed

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model Channels allow ions to pass through the membrane Selective Either passive or active

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model Passive Channels Always open Ion specific Responsible for resting potential (Nernst Equation)

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model Active Channels Open or close Ion specific Responsible for action potential

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model Action Potential (V) V Reaches threshold->Na + channel open->inward flow of Na + ->further depolarization->increases Na + conductance->more Na + current->driving V -> concludes with the closure of the Na + channel A similar, but slower change in K + conductance drives V back to the resting potential.

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model Electrical circuit model of the cell membrane V: the internal minus the external potential

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model The principle ionic currents: The sodium current (I Na ) The potassium current (I K ) The leakage current (I L ) g x : the membrane conductance for X V X : the membrane resting potential for X

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model The current flow through a population of channels: s: the proportion of open channels in a population c: the I-V curve of a single channel

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model (1-s) Closed s Open (V) (V) (Steady state value) (The time constant)

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model The sodium conductance

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model The potassium conductance

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model The leakage conductance

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model The complete model:

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model

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BME Model Examples Hodgkin – Huxley Model Reference: J. Keener and J. Sneyd, “Mathematical Physiology”, Springer: 1998.

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