Oscillatory dynamics of an intravenous glucose tolerance test model with delay interval

Xiangyun Shi, Yang Kuang, Athena Makroglou, Sriprakash Mokshagundam, Jiaxu Li

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Abstract

Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) has become prevalent pandemic disease in view of the modern life style. Both diabetic population and health expenses grow rapidly according to American Diabetes Association. Detecting the potential onset of T2DM is an essential focal point in the research of diabetes mellitus. The intravenous glucose tolerance test (IVGTT) is an effective protocol to determine the insulin sensitivity, glucose effectiveness, and pancreatic β-cell functionality, through the analysis and parameter estimation of a proper differential equation model. Delay differential equations have been used to study the complex physiological phenomena including the glucose and insulin regulations. In this paper, we propose a novel approach to model the time delay in IVGTT modeling. This novel approach uses two parameters to simulate not only both discrete time delay and distributed time delay in the past interval, but also the time delay distributed in a past sub-interval. Normally, larger time delay, either a discrete or a distributed delay, will destabilize the system. However, we find that time delay over a sub-interval might not. We present analytically some basic model properties, which are desirable biologically and mathematically. We show that this relatively simple model provides good fit to fluctuating patient data sets and reveals some intriguing dynamics. Moreover, our numerical simulation results indicate that our model may remove the defect in well known Minimal Model, which often overestimates the glucose effectiveness index.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number114324
JournalChaos
Volume27
Issue number11
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 1 2017

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Glucose
glucose
Tolerance
Time delay
time lag
Diabetes Mellitus
diabetes mellitus
intervals
Interval
Distributed Time Delay
Medical problems
Time Delay
Insulin
insulin
Differential equations
differential equations
Model
Distributed Delay
Minimal Model
Delay Differential Equations

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  • Statistical and Nonlinear Physics
  • Mathematical Physics
  • Physics and Astronomy(all)
  • Applied Mathematics

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Oscillatory dynamics of an intravenous glucose tolerance test model with delay interval. / Shi, Xiangyun; Kuang, Yang; Makroglou, Athena; Mokshagundam, Sriprakash; Li, Jiaxu.

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Shi, Xiangyun ; Kuang, Yang ; Makroglou, Athena ; Mokshagundam, Sriprakash ; Li, Jiaxu. / Oscillatory dynamics of an intravenous glucose tolerance test model with delay interval. In: Chaos. 2017 ; Vol. 27, No. 11.
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