Meal Simulation: Analyze Processes in the Glucose-Insulin System
Study processes in the glucose-insulin system after a meal intake. This model simulates the process that maintains healthy blood glucose levels in the human body. A version of the model is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a replacement for studies on animals for certain insulin treatments for type 1 diabetes.
Use the built-in BioChem library to model the glucose-insulin system in a human body.
Mirror the topology of the human body in the model.
Import and export Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML) models.
Glucose level in the stomach
Insulin secretion in pancreas
Glucose level in the intestines
Glucose in muscle and fat tissue
Hepatic extraction of insulin in the liver
Glucose (blue) and insulin (red) in blood plasma
Add text and graphical content to make the model easy to understand.
Plot the response to glucose intake in different organs.