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Fractal and nonlinear analysis of biochemical time series
Proceedings of International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology (2010)
  • Hector Puebla, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA METROPOLITANA
Abstract

In recent years, it has been used time-series analysis to characterize complex biochemical oscillations. The aim of this work is to show that fractal analysis has the ability to provide further information on biochemical mechanisms leading to complex biochemical oscillations. Analysis of simulated and experimental time-series data for two systems, intracellular calcium and circadian oscillations, is made in order to illustrate the relation between fractal parameters and biochemical mechanisms leading to complex oscillations. For completeness, standard non-linear analysis, such as delayed phase-plane reconstruction and lyapunov exponents, is also performed.

Keywords
  • Fractal analysis,
  • biochemical oscillations,
  • time series
Disciplines
Publication Date
Spring February 14, 2010
Editor
Mondani F.
Publisher
World Scientific Publishing and Imperial College Press Books
Series
1
ISBN
978-981-4304-89-4
Citation Information
Hector Puebla. "Fractal and nonlinear analysis of biochemical time series" 1SingaporeProceedings of International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology Vol. 1 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/hector_puebla/19/