Mathematical Modeling in Nutrition and the Health Sciences [electronic resource] / edited by Janet A. Novotny, Michael H. Green, Ray C. Boston
- New York, NY : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 2003.
- 1st ed. 2003.
- Physical Description:
- XXV, 420 pages : online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Novotny, Janet A., Green, Michael H., Boston, Ray C., and SpringerLink (Online service)
- Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 0065-2598 ; 537
- Historical Perspectives and Future Directions -- The Minimal Model of Glucose Regulation: a Biography. -- Cornerstones to Shape Modeling for the 21STCentury: Introducing the Aka-Glucose Project -- Development and Use of Mathematical Models -- Aspects of Effective Modeling -- Fitting a Mathematical Model to Biological Data: Intracellular Trafficking in Niemann-Pick C Disease -- A Saturation Kinetic Model to Teach Balance of Essential Fatty Acids in Nutrition Education -- Theoretical Modeling Issues -- Modeling Processes from Probabilities -- Understanding the Relationship Between Carcinogen-Induced Dna Adduct Levels in Distal and Proximal Regions of the Colon -- Experimental Aspects of Kinetic Data -- Methodological Issues in Stable Isotope- Based Kinetic Studies in Children -- Intrinsic Labeling of Plants for Bioavailability Studies -- Elemental Mass Spectrometry for Compartmental Biological Modeling -- Modeling of Vitamins, Minerals, and Cholesterol -- The Use of Model-Based Compartmental Analysis to Study Vitamin a Metabolism in a Non-Steady State -- Modeling Short (7 Hour)- and Long (6 Week)-Term Kinetics of Vitamin B-6 Metabolism with Stable Isotopes in Humans -- Calcium Utilization in Young Women: New Insights from Modeling -- Modeling Cholesterol in Humans: Update and Dealing with the Problem of Exchange in Vivo Using the Blood Cell-Lipoprotein Paradigm -- Modeling of Protein Metabolism, Energy, and Growth -- Challenging the Assumptions in Estimating Protein Fractional Synthesis Rate Using a Model of Rodent Protein Turnover -- Simulating Patterns of Change in Rates of Secretion of Protein into Milk -- Mechanistic Equations to Represent Digestion and Fermentation -- Modeling Growth of Cattle for Application within the Structure of the Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System -- Modeling to Explore Disease -- Mathematical Models of Tumor Growth: from Empirical Description to Biological Mechanism -- A Systems Modeling Approach to the Study of Retinoid Function: Implications for Evaluation of Retinoids in Cancer Chemoprevention and/or Chemotherapy -- Glutamate Metabolism in Primary Cultures of Rat Brain Astrocytes: Rationale and Initial Efforts Toward Developing a Compartmental Model -- State-of-the-Art Modeling Software -- WinSAAM: Application and Explanation -- Stata: a Statistical Analysis System for Examining Biomedical Data -- Using Advanced Continuous Simulation Language (Acsl) to Simulate, Solve, and Fit Mathematical Models in Nutrition -- Solving and Fitting France's Rumen Model with Mlab -- Stella® Research Software for Teaching Concepts of Nutrient Dynamics in the Undergraduate Classroom -- A Review of 'Scientist' Software.
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