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Eilertsen, Justin S.

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Published as: Eilertsen, Justin; Eilertsen, Justin S.
Documents Indexed: 6 Publications since 2018

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Characteristic, completion or matching timescales? An analysis of temporary boundaries in enzyme kinetics. Zbl 1422.92070
Eilertsen, Justin; Stroberg, Wylie; Schnell, Santiago
3
2019
Phase-plane geometries in coupled enzyme assays. Zbl 1409.92101
Eilertsen, Justin; Stroberg, Wylie; Schnell, Santiago
3
2018
A kinetic analysis of coupled (or auxiliary) enzyme reactions. Zbl 1404.92083
Eilertsen, Justin; Schnell, Santiago
3
2018
The quasi-steady-state approximations revisited: timescales, small parameters, singularities, and normal forms in enzyme kinetics. Zbl 1448.92093
Eilertsen, Justin; Schnell, Santiago
1
2020
Asymptotically exact codimension-four dynamics and bifurcations in two-dimensional thermosolutal convection at high thermal Rayleigh number: chaos from a quasi-periodic homoclinic explosion and quasi-periodic intermittency. Zbl 1415.37046
Eilertsen, Justin S.; Magnan, Jerry F.
1
2018
The quasi-steady-state approximations revisited: timescales, small parameters, singularities, and normal forms in enzyme kinetics. Zbl 1448.92093
Eilertsen, Justin; Schnell, Santiago
1
2020
Characteristic, completion or matching timescales? An analysis of temporary boundaries in enzyme kinetics. Zbl 1422.92070
Eilertsen, Justin; Stroberg, Wylie; Schnell, Santiago
3
2019
Phase-plane geometries in coupled enzyme assays. Zbl 1409.92101
Eilertsen, Justin; Stroberg, Wylie; Schnell, Santiago
3
2018
A kinetic analysis of coupled (or auxiliary) enzyme reactions. Zbl 1404.92083
Eilertsen, Justin; Schnell, Santiago
3
2018
Asymptotically exact codimension-four dynamics and bifurcations in two-dimensional thermosolutal convection at high thermal Rayleigh number: chaos from a quasi-periodic homoclinic explosion and quasi-periodic intermittency. Zbl 1415.37046
Eilertsen, Justin S.; Magnan, Jerry F.
1
2018

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