Mathematical Immunogenetics I. Mathematics as Language
This paper summarizes approaches to developing mathematics that can act as a language for immunogenetics. The need for this has been documented by showing inadequacies of the standard symbolism. Apparent distinctions in symbolizing and conceptualizing factors involved in immunogenetics are seen to disappear in the mathematical models presented here. One model, a three-fold Boolean matrix factorization, subsumes all approaches to the idea of specificity and yet is general enough to incorporate data beyond that found only in a reaction matrix.
A. Wohlgemuth and G. Markowsky, "Mathematical Immunogenetics I. Mathematics as Language," Journal of Theoretical Biology, vol. 102, no. 3, pp. 411-424, Elsevier, Jun 1983.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-5193(83)90377-6
Keywords and Phrases
heredity; mathematical genetics; mathematical model; nonbiological model; nonhuman; Antibody Specificity; Antigen-Antibody Reactions; Blood Groups; Cross Reactions; Human; Immunogenetics; Mathematics; Models; Genetic; Support; U.S. Gov't; P.H.S.
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01 Jun 1983