Mathematical Immunogenetics II. Antibody Incidence Structure
Mathematical Immunogenetics I argued for the development of mathematics as a language for immunogenetics. A three-fold factorization of a reaction matrix was seen to be the important form of a model of a first order immunogenetic system. In the present paper, results of the authors on determining this factorization are reworked from a physical perspective and presented in an algorithmic form that can be used to compute a labeling matrix from data. Computer programs to perform these computations are in preparation.
G. Markowsky and A. Wohlgemuth, "Mathematical Immunogenetics II. Antibody Incidence Structure," Journal of Theoretical Biology, vol. 102, no. 3, pp. 425-437, Elsevier, Jun 1983.
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Keywords and Phrases
antibody; biological model; cross reaction; mouse; computer analysis; computer program; heredity; mathematical genetics; nonbiological model; nonhuman; Animal; Antibodies; Cross Reactions; Human; Immunogenetics; Mathematics; Mice; Models; Genetic; Support; U.S. Gov't; P.H.S.
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01 Jun 1983