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Fig. 6 | Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling

Fig. 6

From: A mathematical model for histamine synthesis, release, and control in varicosities

Fig. 6

Autoreceptor variable dynamics after stimulation. The green curve in Panel a is the dashed green eHA curve from Fig. 5. After eHA goes up dramatically, the number of bound autoreceptors (the red curve) goes up. Following that, the activated G-protein, G rises (the blue curve in Panel b), followed by a slow rise in the RGS protein (the magenta curve), T , that causes G to decrease. Note that the autoreceptor variables stay above baseline even after eHA has returned to baseline at approximately 20 s

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