# Theory in Biosciences

Theory in Biosciences > 2000 > 119 > 1 > 1-9

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_{H}) and viral (N

_{V}) populations in an immune response model relevant to HIV. Cellular states are binary variables and the interactions are described by logical expressions. Viral population shows a nonmonotonic growth before reaching a constant value while helper T-cells grow to a constant after a relaxation/reaction...

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_{H}) and viral cells (N

_{V}) is studied for an immune response model with an enhanced spatial inter-cellular interaction relevant to HIV as a function of viral mutation. In the absence of cellular mobility (P

_{mob}= 0), the helper T-cells grow nonmonotonically before reaching saturation and the viral...

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^{th}century. This effect is equivalent to the shift of the threshold (T) in the Penna model, which determines how many deleterious,...

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^{th}centuries was accompanied by the development of disciplinary boundaries between physiology and other biological sciences. Physiology became the study of the mechanisms that underlie the functions of organisms and their component parts. Concern with the internal workings of organisms has led physiologists to focus on the maintenance of...

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