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Biomedical Sciences - Immunology | Mathematical Models and Immune Cell Biology

Mathematical Models and Immune Cell Biology

Molina-París, Carmen, Lythe, Grant (Eds.)

2011, XVI, 407 p.

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  • Covers mathematical modeling, immunology and mathematical modeling in immunology
  • Examines dendritic cells, B cells and germinal centers
  • Contains a list of abbreviations to help indicate the type of research that is being carried out
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Mathematical immunology is in a period of rapid expansion and excitement. At recent meetings, a common language and research direction has emerged amongst a world-class group of scientists and mathematicians. Mathematical Models and Immune Cell Biology aims to communicate these new ideas to a wider audience. The reader will be exposed to a variety of tools and methods that go hand-in-hand with the immunological processes being modeled. This volume contains chapters, written by immunologists and mathematicians, on thymocytes, on T cell interactions, activation, proliferation and homeostasis, as well as on dendritic cells, B cells and germinal centers. Chapters are devoted to measurement and imaging methods and to HIV and viral infections.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » newjc

Related subjects » Bioinformatics - Immunology

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