The dynamics of heat shock response induced by ultrasound therapeutic treatment (bibtex)
by Mizera, Andrzej and Gambin, Barbara
Abstract:
We consider hyperthermia, procedure of raising the temperature above 37ºC, as a treatment modality. A Finite Element Method model for obtaining an appropriate heating scheme on the tissue level is considered. Next, the resulting temperature time-course profile is plugged into a recently published mathematical model of heat shock response in eukaryotic cells. The dynamics and biological consequences of the model’s behavior are discussed.
Reference:
The dynamics of heat shock response induced by ultrasound therapeutic treatment (Mizera, Andrzej and Gambin, Barbara), In , volume 2, 2009.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{inp284,
  author   = {Mizera, Andrzej AND Gambin, Barbara},
  title    = {The dynamics of heat shock response induced by ultrasound therapeutic treatment},
  year     = {2009},
  volume   = {2},
  series   = {10th Conference on Dynamical Systems - Theory and Applications},
  abstract = {We consider hyperthermia, procedure of raising the temperature above 37ºC, as a treatment modality. A Finite Element Method model for obtaining an appropriate heating scheme on the tissue level is considered. Next, the resulting temperature time-course profile is plugged into a recently published mathematical model of heat shock response in eukaryotic cells. The dynamics and biological consequences of the model’s behavior are discussed. },
  file     = {MG2009a.pdf:pdfs/MG2009a.pdf:PDF},
}
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