Modelling the Immune Competition and Applications

Part of the Modeling and Simulation in Science, Engineering and Technology book series (MSSET)


The analysis developed in Chapter 2 has provided a general mathematical framework which can be used as a background to model specific biological phenomena related to complex multicellular systems. Mathematical models can be designed by identifying the cell populations which participate, and then, according to the specific biological phenomena, by modelling pair interactions at the microscopic level between cells of the same or different populations.


Immune Cell Abnormal Cell Innate Response Phenomenological Description Pathogen Agent 
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