Selected papers on Network Thermodynamics:

Mikulecky, D.C. and S.R. Thomas: A Simple Network Thermodynamic Method for Series-Parallel Coupled Flows: III Application to Coupled Solute and Volume Flow in Epithelial Membranes. J. Theor. Biol. 73: 697-710 (1978).

Thomas, S.R. and D.C. Mikulecky: Network Thermodynamic Modelling of Transepithelial Salt and Water Flow: The Kidney Proximal Tubule. Am. J. Physiol. 235: F638-F648 (l978).

Mikulecky, D.C., E.G. Huf and S.R. Thomas: A Network Thermodynamic Approach to Compartmental Analysis: Na+ Transients in Frog Skin. Biophys. J. 25:87-106 (1979).

Mikulecky, D.C. and S.R. Thomas: Some Network Thermodynamic Models of Coupled, Dynamic Physiological Systems. J. Franklin Inst. 308: 309-326 (1979).

Wyatt, J.L., Jr., Mikulecky, D.C. and DeSimone, J.A., Network Modeling of Reaction- diffusion System and Their Numerical Solution Using SPICE2, Chem. Eng. Sci. 35: 2115- 2128 (1980).

Mikulecky, D. C.: Network Thermodynamics: A Candidate for a Common Language for Experimental and Theoretical Biology Am. J. Physiology 245:R1-R9, Invited Opinion (1983).

Mikulecky, D.C., Network Thermodynamics: A Simulation and Modeling Method Based on the Extension of Thermodynamic Thinking into the Realm of Highly Organized Systems. Math. Biosci. 72:157-179, 1984.

Peusner, L., D.C. Mikulecky, S.R. Caplan, and B. Bunow: Unifying Graphical Approaches to Dynamic Systems: Network Thermodynamics, Hill and King-Altman Diagrams in Reaction-Diffusion Kinetics. J. Chem. Phys. 83:5559-5566 (1985).

Mikulecky, D. C and J. Trimm. Tellegen's Theorem applied to the sensitivity analysis of linear 2-port energy converters. Proc. Eighth Southern BME Conference: 159-163(1989).

Mikulecky, D.C.: "Topological Contribution to the Chemistry of Living Systems" in Graph Theory and Topology in Chemistry (R. Bruce King, and D.H. Rouvray, Eds.) Elsevier, 1987, pp. 115-123.

Mikulecky, D.C. and F. Sauer. The Role of the Reference State in Nonlinear Kinetic Models: Network Thermodynamics Leads to a Linear and Reciprocal Coordinate System Far From Equilibrium. J. Math. Chem. 2:171-196(1988).

Mikulecky, D.C. Network Thermodynamics and Complex Systems Theory: An Approach to Understanding the Relationship Between Structure and Function, in Biological Systems in Network Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer in Biotechnology (K.R. Diller ed.) Proc. ASME Winter Annual Mtg Dec. 1987 pp. 1-8 (invited paper).

Mikulecky, D.C. When Is a Mechanism Not a Mechanism? The Network Thermodynamic Approach to Complex Systems. Mathl. & Comput. Modeling 11:464- 468(1988).(invited paper).

Mikulecky, D. C., (1995) Topological determinants of dynamic molecular properties: A network thermodynamic approach, J. Mol. Struct. (Theochem). 336: 279-292.

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