# Yaniv_4-State_2005

This is a reproduction of the 4 state model of a cardiac sarcomere originally developed by Landesberg and Sideman. The particular version presented here was used in Yaniv, Sivan and Landesberg Am J Physiol 288:H389-H399, 2005.

Model number: 0158

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## Description

This code represents the simplified Four State model of the sarcomere as developed by Landsberg et al and used by Yaniv in the paper analyzing the sarcomeric control of contraction (AJP 288:H389-H399, 2005, Reference 1 below). The model simplification over previous Landesberg models is that the movement of troponin units between overlap regions is ignored and only the troponin in the single overlap region is considered as the sarcomere extends and contracts. This model describes the regulation of crossbridge cycling and force production present in a single cardiac sarcomere using a four state representation of the troponin regulatory units. Troponin is either in a strong or a weak state and either has calcium bound to it or is unbound. The force generated in the sarcomere is determined by the number of troponin units in the single overlap region that are in the strong bound and unbound states, T and U respectively. This model is a simplification of previous models that considered the states of troponin in the single double and no overlap region of the sarcomere. This model incorporates two feedback mechanisms. The first is a positive feedback mechanism affecting the affinity of troponin for calcium. Calcium bound to troponin increases the chance of further bonding of calcium to other available sites on the troponin regulatory unit and is an example of cooperativity. The second is a negative feedback mechanism and involves the influence of the filament sliding velocity on crossbridge cycling. The parameters given in Yaniv et al. are not sufficient to yield the results presented. Recent communication with the authors and a more complete set of model parameters present in a paper in press allow us to estimate the values for some of the parameters used here. See the model notes for more details.

## Equations

The set of ODEs governing the transition of the troponin regulatory unit through its four states is given by:

and

where R, A, T and U are the unbound weak, bound weak, bound strong and unbound
strong states of troponin, respectively. Tro is the total concentration of
troponin regulatory units, SL is the sarcomere length and V is the sarcomere contraction
velocity defined as positive in the case of sarcomere shortening. The negative
mechanical feedback is evident in the alteration of the reaction rate from strong
to weak states in the form of g_{0} + g_{1}*V term. The
cooperativity mechanism affects the reaction rate from bound to unbound states,
k_{-l}, and is given by this set of equations:

where K_{0} is the calcium affinity to troponin at rest, K_{0}
+ K_{1} is the maximum caldium affinity, K_{1/2} is related to
the number of force generating crossbridges at 50% of the calcium affinity range,
n is the cooperativity coefficient, N_{XB} is the number of force
generating crossbridges in the sarcomere, N_{c} is the number of
crossbridges per unit length, L_{s} is the single overlap length and
L_{0} is a length constant based on the actin and myosin filament lengths.

The sarcomeric force is calculated from:

where
is the average force per crossbridge and V_{u} is the maximal shortening
velocity.

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## References

Yaniv Y, Sivan R and Landesberg A.;"Analysis of hystereses in force length and force calcium relations", Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 288:H389-H399, 2005 Yaniv Y, Sivan R and Landesberg A.; "Stability, controllability and observability of the 'Four State' Model for the sarcomeric control of contraction" Ann Biomed Eng 34:778-789, 2006 Landesberg A and Sideman S.;"Mechanical regulation of cardiac muscle by coupling calcium kinetics with cross-bridge cycling: A dynamic model", Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 267:H779-H795, 1994.

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