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3D-DIC surface component (left) and displacement analysis of the impactor o...
Published Online: July 4, 2024
Fig. 2 3D-DIC surface component (left) and displacement analysis of the impactor over time (right). Interpolation was performed to calculate the position of the visually obscured facets behind the black wires of the embedded accelerometer. More about this image found in 3D-DIC surface component (left) and displacement analysis of the impactor o...
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Maximum, average, and minimum displacement over time for one trial measured...
Published Online: July 4, 2024
Fig. 4 Maximum, average, and minimum displacement over time for one trial measured with 3D-DIC, demonstrating rotation of the impactor from impact (top right) to rebound (bottom right) with arrows showing the direction of impactor motion More about this image found in Maximum, average, and minimum displacement over time for one trial measured...
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Percent difference of each measurement metric compared between all three me...
Published Online: July 4, 2024
Fig. 6 Percent difference of each measurement metric compared between all three measurement methods. Percent difference between the accelerometer and lateral camera measurements was designated as the gold standard. More about this image found in Percent difference of each measurement metric compared between all three me...
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A schematic diagram illustrates half of a periodic unit CV. The displayed s...
Published Online: July 4, 2024
Fig. 1 A schematic diagram illustrates half of a periodic unit CV. The displayed segment contains half of a mitochondrion, with the other half belonging to a neighboring periodic CV. The width of axonal varicosity is denoted by 2 δ ; the average spacing between varicosities is denoted by ... More about this image found in A schematic diagram illustrates half of a periodic unit CV. The displayed s...
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A step function of time is employed to simulate the oscillation in the rate...
Published Online: July 4, 2024
Fig. 2 A step function of time is employed to simulate the oscillation in the rate of ATP consumption in a bouton resulting from neuron firing, as described in Eq. (5) , f = 1 Hz. Only the first 10 s are depicted; thereafter, the pattern continues in the same manner until the end of the... More about this image found in A step function of time is employed to simulate the oscillation in the rate...
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Comparison between the numerical results (this study) and the analytical so...
Published Online: July 4, 2024
Fig. 3 Comparison between the numerical results (this study) and the analytical solution obtained in Ref. [ 19 ] for the linear ATP concentration in the axon, denoted as C , plotted against the distance from a stationary mitochondrion, x . Constant rate of ATP consumption in a bouton, L  =   3 ... More about this image found in Comparison between the numerical results (this study) and the analytical so...
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Variation with time of the linear ATP concentration at  x  =   0 (at the ce...
Published Online: July 4, 2024
Fig. 4 Variation with time of the linear ATP concentration at x  =   0 (at the center of a bouton with a stationary mitochondrion) and at x = L + 2 δ (at the center of a bouton without a stationary mitochondrion). ( a ) The simulation covers the entire 1000 s. A line marked with squa... More about this image found in Variation with time of the linear ATP concentration at x  =   0 (at the ce...
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The variation of ATP concentration between the centers of two boutons, one ...
Published Online: July 4, 2024
Fig. 5 The variation of ATP concentration between the centers of two boutons, one containing a stationary mitochondrion (at x  =   0) and the other without a stationary mitochondrion (at x = L + 2 δ ), at t  =   1000 s. f = 1 Hz and L  =   3  μ m. In the scenario with osci... More about this image found in The variation of ATP concentration between the centers of two boutons, one ...
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Variation with time of the linear ATP concentration at  x  =   0 (at the ce...
Published Online: July 4, 2024
Fig. 6 Variation with time of the linear ATP concentration at x  =   0 (at the center of a bouton with a stationary mitochondrion) and at x = L + 2 δ (at the center of a bouton without a stationary mitochondrion). ( a ) The simulation covers the entire 1000 s. A line marked with squa... More about this image found in Variation with time of the linear ATP concentration at x  =   0 (at the ce...
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The variation of ATP concentration between the centers of two boutons, one ...
Published Online: July 4, 2024
Fig. 7 The variation of ATP concentration between the centers of two boutons, one containing a stationary mitochondrion (at x  =   0) and the other without a stationary mitochondrion (at x = L + 2 δ ), at t  =   1000 s. f = 1 Hz and L  =   10  μ m. In the scenario with osc... More about this image found in The variation of ATP concentration between the centers of two boutons, one ...
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