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Mathematical model of tumour cord growth along the source of nutrient

S. AstaninA. Tosin — 2010

Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena

A mathematical model of the tumour growth along a blood vessel is proposed. The model employs the mixture theory approach to describe a tissue which consists of cells, extracellular matrix and liquid. The growing tumour tissue is supposed to be surrounded by the host tissue. Tumours where complete oxydation of glucose prevails are considered. Special attention is paid to consistent description of oxygen consumption and growth processes based on the energy balance. A finite difference numerical...

Multiphase and Multiscale Trends in Cancer Modelling

L. PreziosiA. Tosin — 2009

Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena

While drawing a link between the papers contained in this issue and those present in a previous one (Vol. 2, Issue 3), this introductory article aims at putting in evidence some trends and challenges on cancer modelling, especially related to the development of multiphase and multiscale models.

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