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Extending the quasi-steady state approximation by changing variables. (English) Zbl 0866.92010
Summary: The parameter domain for which the quasi-steady state assumption is valid can be considerably extended merely by a simple change of variable. This is demonstrated for a variety of biologically significant examples taken from enzyme kinetics, immunology and ecology.

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92C45 Kinetics in biochemical problems (pharmacokinetics, enzyme kinetics, etc.)
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