O of 8.3 was employed [52,53]. As the intracellular location of protein synthesis of IkBs is not known, we selected the same purchase Emixustat (hydrochloride) compartments as the nuclear membrane. These conditions: the diffusion coefficients of 10211 and 10213 m2/s for proteins and mRNA respectively, an N/C ration of 8.3 , and IkBs synthesis on the compartments of nuclear membrane, are referred to as the canonical spatial conditions. These conditions will be changed to investigate their effects on the oscillation in the following section. We analyzed the simulated oscillation of NF-kBn at the most peripheral compartment of the nucleus because the spatial heterogeneity of NF-kBn was negligible in our simulations (Figure S1). First, we ran simulation using the same rate constants as in the Benzocaine web temporal model. The simulated oscillation in the 3D model (Figure 2B, middle) shows much lower frequency in comparison to the temporal model (Figure 2B, top). Thus, 1326631 the oscillation does not agree with an experimental observation using the same rate constants as in the temporal model. There is a possibility that the oscillation pattern in the 3D model might agree with the temporal observation if we selected some combination of spatial parameters. Therefore, we ran simulations changing canonical spatial conditions within the range of diffusion coefficient of proteins from 10210 to 10213 m2/s and three locations of protein synthesis, which are shown by red compartments if Figure 2C. The N/C ratio was not changed because the value was reported to remain constant irrespective of cell size [52,54]. The oscillation frequency was calculated from the distance between the first and the second peaks. Simulation results showed that any combinatorial changes of these spatial parameters were unable to generate an oscillation frequency that agrees with the temporal observation (Figure 2C). These simulation results indicate that rate constants used in the temporal model should be changed in the spherical 3D cell model. To determine which rate constants could duplicate the observed temporal oscillation, we ran a set of simulations and found rate constants with which the oscillation pattern in the 3D model fitted the experimental observation (Figure 2B, bottom). The selected set of rate constants shown in Table S2 is the basis for the following analysis and is referred to as the control temporal conditions. The combination of canonical spatial and control temporal conditions is simply referred to as the control conditions. A movie of the oscillation of NF-kB in the control condition is available (Video S1).Oscillation pattern is characterized quantitatively by five parametersTo evaluate the oscillation pattern quantitatively, we defined five parameters that characterize oscillations called the characterizing parameters. They are 1) frequency (f), 2) amplitude of the first peak (A0), 3) time to the first peak (tfp), 4) decay time constant for the peaks in a oscillation (tp), and 5) decay time constant td of the successive amplitudes (i.e. A0, A1, …) (Figure 2D). The frequency was obtained by Fourier analysis. Amplitude was normalized to the maximum peak value of NF-kBn at the control conditions. Parameters tp and td are measures of persistency of oscillation. Their larger values indicate longer-lasting oscillation. Several of these parameters were analyzed in the temporal model [35,36]. InRate constants in the temporal model do not reproduce the same oscillation pattern in the 3D modelNext, we construc.O of 8.3 was employed [52,53]. As the intracellular location of protein synthesis of IkBs is not known, we selected the same compartments as the nuclear membrane. These conditions: the diffusion coefficients of 10211 and 10213 m2/s for proteins and mRNA respectively, an N/C ration of 8.3 , and IkBs synthesis on the compartments of nuclear membrane, are referred to as the canonical spatial conditions. These conditions will be changed to investigate their effects on the oscillation in the following section. We analyzed the simulated oscillation of NF-kBn at the most peripheral compartment of the nucleus because the spatial heterogeneity of NF-kBn was negligible in our simulations (Figure S1). First, we ran simulation using the same rate constants as in the temporal model. The simulated oscillation in the 3D model (Figure 2B, middle) shows much lower frequency in comparison to the temporal model (Figure 2B, top). Thus, 1326631 the oscillation does not agree with an experimental observation using the same rate constants as in the temporal model. There is a possibility that the oscillation pattern in the 3D model might agree with the temporal observation if we selected some combination of spatial parameters. Therefore, we ran simulations changing canonical spatial conditions within the range of diffusion coefficient of proteins from 10210 to 10213 m2/s and three locations of protein synthesis, which are shown by red compartments if Figure 2C. The N/C ratio was not changed because the value was reported to remain constant irrespective of cell size [52,54]. The oscillation frequency was calculated from the distance between the first and the second peaks. Simulation results showed that any combinatorial changes of these spatial parameters were unable to generate an oscillation frequency that agrees with the temporal observation (Figure 2C). These simulation results indicate that rate constants used in the temporal model should be changed in the spherical 3D cell model. To determine which rate constants could duplicate the observed temporal oscillation, we ran a set of simulations and found rate constants with which the oscillation pattern in the 3D model fitted the experimental observation (Figure 2B, bottom). The selected set of rate constants shown in Table S2 is the basis for the following analysis and is referred to as the control temporal conditions. The combination of canonical spatial and control temporal conditions is simply referred to as the control conditions. A movie of the oscillation of NF-kB in the control condition is available (Video S1).Oscillation pattern is characterized quantitatively by five parametersTo evaluate the oscillation pattern quantitatively, we defined five parameters that characterize oscillations called the characterizing parameters. They are 1) frequency (f), 2) amplitude of the first peak (A0), 3) time to the first peak (tfp), 4) decay time constant for the peaks in a oscillation (tp), and 5) decay time constant td of the successive amplitudes (i.e. A0, A1, …) (Figure 2D). The frequency was obtained by Fourier analysis. Amplitude was normalized to the maximum peak value of NF-kBn at the control conditions. Parameters tp and td are measures of persistency of oscillation. Their larger values indicate longer-lasting oscillation. Several of these parameters were analyzed in the temporal model [35,36]. InRate constants in the temporal model do not reproduce the same oscillation pattern in the 3D modelNext, we construc.