Evolutionary Aspects of Immunity

Part of the Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics book series (IAM, volume 32)


This book has specialized in the dynamics of killer cell responses to viral infections. That is, we investigated the principles according to which CTL responses develop against viruses in vivo, how they fight the infection, and how viruses can fight back and subvert the CTL response. In other words, we concentrated on the interactions between populations of viruses and species of immune cells within the body of a host.


Host Population Virulent Pathogen Immune Host Pathogen Species Pathogen Diversity 
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