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 In computational biophysics, we often use modeling and simulations techniques in one of the spatial and temporal scales: (1) Microscale with techniques such as Molecular Dynamics, (2) Macroscale with techniques such as Continuum Theory and Finite Element Methods, and (3) intermediate Mesoscales with techniques such as Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD). These methods at each scale have their advantages and limitations,​ and multiscale modeling employing techniques across two or more spatial and temporal levels is desirable, indeed, necessary for understanding many phenomena that are intrinsically multiscale. In computational biophysics, we often use modeling and simulations techniques in one of the spatial and temporal scales: (1) Microscale with techniques such as Molecular Dynamics, (2) Macroscale with techniques such as Continuum Theory and Finite Element Methods, and (3) intermediate Mesoscales with techniques such as Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD). These methods at each scale have their advantages and limitations,​ and multiscale modeling employing techniques across two or more spatial and temporal levels is desirable, indeed, necessary for understanding many phenomena that are intrinsically multiscale.
  
-Blood coagulation is a multiscale process, and hence, numerical models ​involve ​the mesoscale DPD simulations to address the associated formation of thrombus, i.e., platelet activation and aggregation,​ including interactions with red blood cells plus the accumulation of fibrin polymers as well as the continuum-level modeling of unsteady blood flow interactions with the thrombosed region.+Blood coagulation is a multiscale process, and hence, numerical models ​utilize ​the mesoscale DPD simulations to address the associated formation of thrombus, i.e., platelet activation and aggregation,​ including interactions with red blood cells plus the accumulation of fibrin polymers as well as the continuum-level modeling of unsteady blood flow interactions with the thrombosed region.
  
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