## Mathematical modelling of angiogenesis using continuous cell-based models

- F. D. Bookholt, Hanneke N. Monsuur, Susan Gibbs, Fred J. Vermolen
- Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology
- 2016

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@article{Vermolen2013APM, title={A phenomenological model for chemico-mechanically induced cell shape changes during migration and cell-cell contacts.}, author={Fred J. Vermolen and Amit Gefen}, journal={Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology}, year={2013}, volume={12 2}, pages={ 301-23 } }

- Published in Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 2013
DOI:10.1007/s10237-012-0400-0

A phenomenological model for the evolution of shape transition of cells is considered. These transitions are determined by the emission of growth-factors, as well as mechanical interaction if cells are subjected to hard impingement. The originality of this model necessitates a formal treatment of the mathematical model, as well as the presentation of elementary cases in order to illustrate the consistence of the model. We will also show some small-scale relevant applications.