A capillary-ISF-cell convection diffusion model, modified BTEX30 with a Michaelis-Menten saturable transporter on the pc membrane. It is represented by two separated and independent unidirectional transporters, each governed by the fractional saturation in the source compartment, i.e. by the concentration in the ISF to define PSISF2pc, and in the pc, Cpc, to define PSpc2ISF, the conductance via the carrier from pc to ISF. A three region two-side Michaelis-Menten transporter model.
This model is almost the same as TranspMM.2sided.Distrib2F.proj but differs in the form of the transporter. In this program the two opposite fluxes are independent. In the .Distrib2F.proj model the conductances are identical for the two directions.
BTEX stands for blood-tissue exchange, 3 denotes 3 regions, 0 indicates a basic model. The 3 regions are the convecting plasma, p, and stagnant ISF and parenchymal cell, pc. Axial gradients exist in all three regions. Each region is considered radially uniform on the basis that radial diffusion distances are so short that diffusional relaxation times are at most a few miolliseconds and can be considered instantaneous. The endothelial cell is considered as a passive barrier without capacitance and has permeability-surface area product, PSg, where the subscript g indicates the interendothelial clefts. The organ parenchymal cells, pc, here has a saturable PSpc.
Consumption in all regions is by simple first order reactions with rate constant G. Axial diffusion occurs in all regions, Dp, DISF, and Dpc. Capillary mean transit time is Vp/Fp, physical velocity is L/(Vp/Fp).
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