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Soft Biological Shells in Bioengineering

Roustem N Miftahof, Nariman R Akhmadeev

Description

Soft Biological Shells in Bioengineering integrates existing experimental data to construct multiscale models of various organs of the human body: the stomach, gravid uterus, urinary bladder, the small intestine and the large intestine. These models are used as in silico platforms to study intricate physiological and pathophysiological processes, and to assess pharmacological modulations on their dynamics. This book will be of value to postgraduate students, researchers and medical doctors interested in computational systems biology. 

About Editors

Roustem N Miftahof is a professor of medicine and applied mathematics. Internationally acclaimed as a leading scientist in the fields of computational systems biology and medicine, Miftahof has authored and co-authored six books in this field. 

Nariman R Akhmadeev works as an assistant professor at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Kazan State Medical University, Russia. With an MD/MBBS and a PhD, he combines a career of academician and physician with a specific research interest in the application of mathematical and computational methods to his area.

Table of Contents

Preface
Notations and Acronyms
Part I    Fundamentals of Soft Biological Shells
1 Geometry of the Surface
2 Parameterization of Shells of Complex Geometry
3 Nonlinear Theory of Thin Shells
4 Boundary Conditions
5 Soft Shells
6 Continuum Model of the Biological Tissue
7 Neurons and Neuronal Assemblies
8 Chemical Synapse
9Pharmacological Modulation
Part II    Applications
10 The Stomach
11 The Small Intestine
12 The Large Intestine (Colon)
13 The Gravid Uterus
14 The Urinary Bladder
Conclusion

Bibliographic

Hardback ISBN: 9780750321938

Ebook ISBN: 9780750321952

DOI: 10.1088/2053-2563/ab1a9e

Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing

Series: IPEM-IOP Series in Physics and Engineering in Medicine and Biology

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