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comment Heat Transfer in Heartbeat?
@Christiaan Here How is heat transferred in heartbeat? I answered your questions in the body.
Jan
25
comment Determination of Ageing by ECG inclusions/exclusions?
@Kendall Yes, you are right. I put the focus on Cardiology but including inclusions and exclusions. ECG signal has the great potential in high sensitivity. (escardio)
Jan
3
comment How does sepsis affect heart function?
I extended the Synchronicity of TNF signaling in heart's microenvironments to the thread biology.stackexchange.com/q/41981/86
Jan
3
comment How does sepsis affect heart function?
It would be great to understand in which order the dysfunction of valves and coronary vessels commonly occur. I think that the dysfunction of valves can occur earlier in the cascade of TNF-$\alpha$ than the dysfunction of coronary vessels because the hypovolemia leads to the occlusion of the vessels in the late stages. It would be great to understand the pathway differences of Tumor necrosis signalling between the valves and the vessels.
Dec
28
comment Electrode locations for neuron study in stereo EEG?
@Christiaan Depth electordes are done with stereo EEG so EEG.
Dec
28
comment Electrode locations for neuron study in stereo EEG?
@Christiaan Thank you for your comment! I made the body clearer. The one neuron study is just a theoretical model. I want to understand how you can estimate the amount of neurons required to be optimally within the distance in the cerebral cortex in EEG measurement, minimizing the variance.
Dec
27
comment Persistent HPV and CVD in Women?
@anongoodnurse I do not think so. The question is about how you can reach the evidence based answer, not how you are there.
Dec
18
comment How to measure GnRH in menstrual cycle?
I want to get a 1D signal of this event's potential and study it by FFT. I want to study the fertility by studying GnRH's properties.
Dec
18
comment Persistent HPV and CVD in Women?
What is POB? Pelvic Ovarian ... ?
Dec
10
comment How can low cholesterol cause mortality?
Is there any raw data about these mass spectrometry results? Some 1D data. I want to characterize it my way.
Dec
10
comment How can low cholesterol cause mortality?
Interesting answer! I need to classify first how cholesterol presents in imaging. And also its subtypes. Do you know any 1D signals which has a high focus about cholesterol?
Dec
8
comment How can low cholesterol cause mortality?
@VanceLAlbaugh I attached the full title of the publication which says that low cholesterol is associated with mortality from stroke, heart disease and cancer. I think it is not only stroke that is associated with low cholesterol especially with elderly. Yes, you are right that the situation is caused by lowering cholesterol.
Dec
7
comment How much is local blood non-Newtonian in Pathophysiology?
Yes, exactly. Blood at rest is perfectly Newtonian. But I am not considering cases at rest. Consider etc low BP and low Chol cases. Why CVD?
Dec
4
comment How much is local blood non-Newtonian in Pathophysiology?
Thank you for your answer! Your case is general. You cannot assume that all local effects are always washed away after a new heartbeat. Ischemic tissue death happens lastly. I am interested in what happens between the initiator and ischemia i.e. how much local blood is non-Newtonian.
Jun
16
comment Can an influenza virus carry other infectors with it?
+1 for picture and new proposal! Is this method of bacteriohpage the one of most likely methods how influenza could act as a carrier? Can you relate it to alec_djinn's answer?
Jun
13
comment Will the heart keep beating if it is separated from the body?
Can you please add text here instead of such a big picture which is difficult to read.
Jun
13
comment Will the heart keep beating if it is separated from the body?
@RoverEye One article is The sinoatrial node, a heterogeneous pacemaker structure by Boyett. However, it is not sufficient itself. Much things, I would rewrite completely and extend. Koivumäki et all In Silica ... article is about AF and some introduction for the cell-tissue-organ model in Computational Biology. Clustering, neuronal networks, analysis through different methods and their application - you must understand this from some sources which are outside of Biology. I will let you know when some of better reviews are published in this area.
Jun
13
comment Will the heart keep beating if it is separated from the body?
For instance, how heart can restore its beating function after i/m KCl in a cardiac surgery where heartbeat must be stop?
Jun
13
comment Will the heart keep beating if it is separated from the body?
@RoverEye It is not only about ionic homeostasis. The central topic is electrical/mechanical function of the heart together i.e. how heart circulates its energy flow for a sufficient heartbeat. Ionic homeostasis is just a small part of this. Pacemakers are just a small part of electrical system. You do not describe anything about this combination system which the heart contains. There are some good preview articles, for instance, about internal physiology of SA node, describing limitations and targets in this research. Only a few about the integrative system but it still can be described.
Jun
13
comment Will the heart keep beating if it is separated from the body?
Can you please describe this more closer a central cluster of neurons.