# Team:Imperial College London/Modelling/Signalling/Parameters and Constants

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 Modelling Overview | Detection Model | Signaling Model | Fast Response Model | Interactions A major part of the project consisted of modelling each module. This enabled us to decide which ideas we should implement. Look at the Fast Response page for a great example of how modelling has made a major impact on our design!
 Objectives | Description | Results | Constants | MATLAB Code
 Parameters and Constants We can neglect the production and degradation rates. Therefore, the only constants in this model are the forward and backward reaction constants: k1,2,3,4 and k-1,-2,-3,-4. In this model, we will assume that k1,2,3,4=107 and k-1,-2,-3,-4=103. Click here to download the MATLAB code for this model...