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Modelling Aspects of Solid Tumour Growth

Maini, P (Oxford)
Wednesday 08 September 2010, 14:00-15:00

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


We present a number of models proposed to address different aspects of solid tumour growth. A simple partial differential equation model is shown to make experimentally verified predictions on how certain tumours invade due to the acidic environments they create through metabolism. A hybrid cellular automaton model is presented to investigate somatic evolution and, finally, a multiscale model for tumour vasculogenesis is presented, encorporating blood vessel structural adaption and angiogenesis.


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