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Название: The mathematical modeling of the quantitative relationship between increasing the survival rate of oncological patients and the growth of cancer morbidity
Авторы: Knigavko, Volodumir
Batyuk, Liliya
Zaytseva, Olga
Bondarenko, Marina
Ключевые слова: a gamete
cancer
the a-genes
Issue Date: 18-Jun-2019
Библиографическое описание: The mathematical modeling of the quantitative relationship between increasing the survival rate of oncological patients and the growth of cancer morbidity / V. Knigavko, L. Batyuk, O. Zaytseva, M. Bondarenko // 6th Ukrainian Congress for Cell Biology with international representation, 18–21 June 2019, Yaremche, Ukraine : proceedings / Institute of Cell Biology NAS of Ukraine [et al.]. – [S. l.], 2019. – P. 108.
Аннотация: It is considered that malignancy of cells requires damage to a certain number of certain genes. In the experiment, a formula is obtained that allows us to calculate the mean value of the time of occurrence in an individual oncologic disease in the initial presence in the genotype of the individual a-genes. Obviously, due to the randomness of the mutation process, the initial number of these genes in the genotypes of different people is different.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/23755
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