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A multi-agent model describing self-renewal of differentiation effects on the blood cell population. (English) Zbl 1171.92312

Summary: A new multi-agent model is used to describe blood cell population dynamics. More particularly, we focus our simulations here on differentiation and self-renewal processes based on cell communication. We consider the different cases where progenitor cells are able to self-renew or not in the bone marrow. As a consequence of this study, we give some possible explanations of the mechanism for recovery of the system under important blood loss or blood diseases such as anemia.

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92C37 Cell biology
92C30 Physiology (general)
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