Cellular proliferation models, Advanced Statistics


Cellular proliferation models: Models are used to describe the growth of the  cell populations. One of the example is the deterministic model

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where N(t) is the number of cells in the population at time t, t0 is an initial time and υ represents the difference between the constant birth rate and the constant death rate. Several times also seen as a stochastic process in which N(t) is considered to be the random variable.

 

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