A simple trick for modeling calcium

Calcium ions enable cells to communicate with one another, allowing neurons to interact, muscles to contract, and the heart’s muscle cells to synchronize and beat. To better understand these processes, researchers often use computer simulations, but accurate models are challenging and computationally expensive. Researchers demonstrate how a straightforward modification in a computer model leads to highly accurate simulations, which serve as powerful tools for studying biological processes.

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