Unformatted text preview: (Note: Variable names provided above are not the *exact* ones used in the code.) Part 2. Take a look at the two input files (switch.rxns and switch.spcs); these files define a simple bistable switch device [a switch is a device that stores information in one of two (or more) states]. Complete the switch.rxns input file by adding rate propensities, c , for all second order reactions as being near the diffusion limit, converting from a bulk second-order binding rate of 1E9/M/sec. You’ll need to use a system volume of 1E-15L. Parts 3. Use your completed Next Reaction solver to compute the expected behavior of the bistable switch for 15 minutes of simulated time. Plot the output. Bonus. If your bistable switch system starts in a HIGH A / LOW B state, will the system remain in this state forever? Why or why not?...
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- Spring '06
- bistable switch, old reaction propensity, new reaction propensity