# Minnesota/13 July 2009

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+ Up until now I had simply put an initial amount of aTc into the system and let the system run. This was a fairly good representation of the system all things considered. But there is an alternate way to model this: By having two aTc species. One is outside (I called it aTcO) and then a 45th reaction (aTcO --> aTc) is added to let the aTc molecules outside the cell move into the cell.
+ + I quickly created a new base model, '''mad_ttn_base2''', to make sure the two situations were roughly equivalent. Since it is assumed that aTc moves across the membrane more or less instantaneously, this should be the case.
+ + '''Ben'''
+ [[Image:Tnnatcvariesleaky27.jpg|480px]][[Image:Tnnexperiment.jpg|480px]]

## Latest revision as of 19:29, 30 July 2009

Patrick
Up until now I had simply put an initial amount of aTc into the system and let the system run. This was a fairly good representation of the system all things considered. But there is an alternate way to model this: By having two aTc species. One is outside (I called it aTcO) and then a 45th reaction (aTcO --> aTc) is added to let the aTc molecules outside the cell move into the cell.

I quickly created a new base model, mad_ttn_base2, to make sure the two situations were roughly equivalent. Since it is assumed that aTc moves across the membrane more or less instantaneously, this should be the case.

Ben