## Network Thermodynamics of Biophysical Systems | |

## The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is network thermodynamics. |

· Oster, G. F., A. Perelson and A. Katchalsky (1973) Network thermodynamics: dynamic modelling of biophysical systems, Quart. Rev. Biophys. 6:1-134.

· Peusner, L. (1986) Studies in network thermodynamics, Elsevier.

· Peusner, L. (1970) The principles of network thermodynamics and biophysical applications, Ph.D. thesis, Harvard University, (Reprinted by Entropy Limited, 1987)

· Oster, G. F. and A. S. Perelson (1974) Chemical reaction dynamics. Part I: Geometrical structure, Arch. Rational Mech. Anal. 55:230-274.

· Perelson, A. S. and G. F. Oster (1974) Chemical reaction dynamics. Part II: Reaction networks, Arch. Rational Mech. Anal. 57:31-98.

· Mikulecky, D. C. (1993) Applications of network thermodynamics to problems in biomedical engineering. New York University Press.

· Mikulecky, D. C. (1994) n-ports: what are they good for? Special issue: Modeling complex biological systems, Math. and Comp. Modeling 19:99-118.

· Mikulecky, D. C. and F. A. Sauer (1988) The role of the reference state in nonlinear kinetic models: Network thermodynamics leads to a linear and reciprocal coordinate system far from equilibrium, J. Math. Chem. 2:171-196.

· Oster, G. F. and C. A. Desoer (1971) Tellegen's theorem and thermodynamic inequalities, J. Theor. Biol. 32:219-241.

· Oster, G. F. and A. S. Perelson (1973) Systems, circuits, and thermodynamics, Israel J. Chem. 11:445-478.

· Oster, G. F. and D. M. Auslander (1971a) Topological representations of thermodynamic systems--I. Basic concepts, J. Franklin Inst. 292:1-13.

· Oster, G. F. and D. M. Auslander (1971b) Topological representations of thermodynamic systems--II. Some elemental subunits for irreversible thermodynamics, J. Franklin Inst. 293:77-90.

· Peusner, L. (1982) Global reaction-diffusion coupling and reciprocity in linear asymmetric networks, J. Chem. Phys. 77:5500-5507.

· Peusner, L. (1983a) Electrical network representation of n-dimensional chemical manifolds, in Chemical applications of topology and graph theory (R. B. King, ed), Elsevier.

· Peusner, L. (1983b) Hierarchies of irreversible energy conversion systems I. Linear steady state without storage, J. Theor. Biol. 102:7-39.

· Peusner, L. (1985a) Hierarchies of irreversible energy conversion systems II. Network derivation of linear transport equations, J. Theor. Biol. 115:319-335.

· Peusner, L. (1985b) Network thermostatistics, J. Chem. Phys. 83:1276-1291.

· Peusner, L. (1985c) Premetric thermodynamics: A topological graphical model, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans. 2;81:1151-1161.

· Peusner, L. (1986) Hierarchies of irreversible energy conversion systems III. Why are Onsager's equations reciprocal? The Euclidean geometry of fluctuation-dissipation space, J. Theor. Biol. 122:125-155.

· Peusner. L., D. C. Mikulecky, S. R. Caplan, and B. Bunow (1985) Unifying graphical approaches to dynamic systems: Network thermodynamics, Hill and King Altman diagrams in reaction- diffusion kinetics, J. Chem. Phys. 83:5559-5566.

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