Michal Krzeslak

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We review a quite large volume of literature concerning mathematical modelling of processes related to carcinogenesis and the growth of cancer cell populations based on the theory of evolutionary games. This review, although partly idiosyncratic, covers such major areas of cancer-related phenomena as production of cytotoxins, avoidance of apoptosis,(More)
The goal of this paper is to study the classical hawk-dove model using mixed spatial evolutionary games (MSEG). In these games, played on a lattice, an additional spatial layer is introduced for dependence on more complex parameters and simulation of changes in the environment. Furthermore, diverse polymorphic equilibrium points dependent on cell(More)
of p53 by siRNA in radiation treated cells – simulation studies. Bystander effects induced by medium from irradiated cells: similar transcriptome responses in irradiated and bystander K562 cells. Position weight matrix model as a tool for the study of regulatory elements distribution across the DNA sequence, Calculation of reliable transcript levels of(More)
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