Isaeva2008 - Modelling of Anti-Tumour Immune Response Immunocorrective Effect of Weak Centimetre Electromagnetic Waves

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Modelling of anti-tumour immune response: Immunocorrective effect
of weak centimetre electromagnetic waves
O.G. Isaeva* and V.A. Osipov
Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna,
Moscow Region, Russia

We formulate the dynamical model for the anti-tumour immune response based on
intercellular cytokine-mediated interactions with the interleukin-2 (IL-2) taken into
account. The analysis shows that the expression level of tumour antigens on antigen
presenting cells has a distinct influence on the tumour dynamics. At low antigen
presentation, a progressive tumour growth takes place to the highest possible value.
At high antigen presentation, there is a decrease in tumour size to some value when the
dynamical equilibrium between the tumour and the immune system is reached. In the
case of the medium antigen presentation, both these regimes can be realized depending
on the initial tumour size and the condition of the immune system. A pronounced
immunomodulating effect (the suppression of tumour growth and the normalization of
IL-2 concentration) is established by considering the influence of low-intensity
electromagnetic microwaves as a parametric perturbation of the dynamical system. This
finding is in qualitative agreement with the recent experimental results on
immunocorrective effects of centimetre electromagnetic waves in tumour-bearing mice.
Keywords: carcinogenesis; interleukin-2; modelling; anti-tumour immunity;
electromagnetic waves
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  • Modelling of Anti-Tumour Immune Response: Immunocorrective Effect of Weak Centimetre Electromagnetic Waves
  • O. G. Isaeva and V. A. Osipov
  • Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine , 7/ 2008 , Volume 10 , Issue 3 , pages: 185-201 , DOI: 10.1080/17486700802373540
  • Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia
  • Abstract We formulate the dynamical model for the anti-tumour immune response based on intercellular cytokine-mediated interactions with the interleukin-2 (IL-2) taken into account. The analysis shows that the expression level of tumour antigens on antigen presenting cells has a distinct influence on the tumour dynamics. At low antigen presentation, a progressive tumour growth takes place to the highest possible value. At high antigen presentation, there is a decrease in tumour size to some value when the dynamical equilibrium between the tumour and the immune system is reached. In the case of the medium antigen presentation, both these regimes can be realized depending on the initial tumour size and the condition of the immune system. A pronounced immunomodulating effect (the suppression of tumour growth and the normalization of IL-2 concentration) is established by considering the influence of low-intensity electromagnetic microwaves as a parametric perturbation of the dynamical system. This finding is in qualitative agreement with the recent experimental results on immunocorrective effects of centimetre electromagnetic waves in tumour-bearing mice. Volume 10, Issue 3, Pages 185-201
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Mohammad Umer Sharif Shohan

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