Modeling and Simulation of the Effects of Oxygen Concentration on Tumor Cell Growth
Abstract: Malignant tumor is harm to people’s life and health. Tumor is a function, multiple genes involved in multiple factors, multiple stages to eventually become the extremely complex biological phe-nomena. Oxygen is one of the most important nutrients affecting tumor growth, in this article, we propose a fixed boundary conditions of partial differential equation of oxygen concentration dis-tribution in the avascular tumor cells, oxygen concentration can affect the growth of tumor cells, movement, sleep, and death by studying the oxygen concentration of tumor cells in tissue to study the effect of drugs on tumor cell next to lay the foundation.
文章引用: 陈 磊 , 董守斌 , 江 毅 (2015) 氧气浓度对肿瘤生长影响的建模及模拟计算。 生物物理学， 3， 7-17. doi: 10.12677/BIPHY.2015.31002
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