We report calculations of the anisotropy ratio of the electrical conductivity of a simple model of a loose connective biological tissue described as a random assembly of multiscale undeformable core-shell and controlled polydisperse spherical structures. One can estimate a 10% increase in the anisotropy ratio due to the application of electric field (duration 100 μm) above the electroporation threshold (40 kV m−1) up to 120 kV m−1. These findings are consistent with the experimental data on the field-induced anisotropy dependence of the electrical conductivity due to cell membrane electroporation.

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