Big simulation in the "New Carro et al. Human Ventricular Cell Model" subproject

Dear all, We are going to start a big simulation today. This is the last block of the subpropject entitled "New Carro et al. Human Ventricular Cell Model" (http://denis.usj.es/new-carro-et-al-human-ventricular-cell-model/). In this last simulation we use an optimization algorithm to improve the model. We estimate that the algorithm will need around 6 or 7 iterations and in each iteration we will send around 160000 new tasks. All this job will run in the CRN application. We thank you in advan...
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First Scientific Results of DENIS in the Biophysical Society 61st Annual Meeting

Dear volunteers, Next week, I will attend the 61st Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society in New Orleans. During the conference I will present a modification of one of the currents of our model (the calcium current). This current was modified to solve some problems of the model. We decided to modify this current thanks to the results obtained in DENIS, so we can say that this is the first scientific result in cardiac electrophysiology obtained thanks to your collaboration. Thank you very muc...
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Launch of new Application

Hi everyone, As some of you have noticed, there are new WUs in the system. We are starting with a small peak of work, but the idea is to maintain a continuous flow of new WUs. This new part of the project is related to a Database of markers of the simulations. We are populating a database with relevant values of the simulations to make to scientist easy the way to make a exploratory study of the model or avoid making all the time the same simulations. We are working on the interface of...
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Carro-Rodriguez-Laguna-Pueyo 2011

Title: A human ventricular cell model for investigation of cardiac arrhythmias under hyperkalaemic conditions. Authors: Jesús Carro, José F. Rodríguez-Mata, Pablo Laguna and Esther Pueyo. Journal: Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A. Date: November 2011. Volume: 369. Issue: 1954. Pages: 4205–4232. DOI: 10.1098/rsta.2011.0127 (more…)
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