C-ImmSim

 
A document describing the major features of the model can be downloaded here: cimmsim-description-examples.pdf.


A description of the parameters used by the simulator is available at the parameter page

If you want to look at some animations (and you have a fast connection) look here

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         C-ImmSim
         Simulation of the Immune System
         Copyright (C) Filippo Castiglione (1995,2014)

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Filippo Castiglione, f [dot] castiglione [at] iac [dot] cnr [dot] it, is the main author.

Massimo Bernaschi, m.bernaschi [at] iac [dot] cnr [dot] it, helped with the optimization and
supervised the implementation of the parallel code. Few of other people sent bug reports, and helpful feedbacks.

C-ImmSim is the C porting of IMMSIM, the IMMUNE SYSTEM SIMULATOR originally developed by P.E. Seiden and F. Celada (1991).


F. Castiglione developed the first version (1995) and afterwards with M. Bernaschi developed a parallel version. The parallel version is not freely available.

C-ImmSim has evolved to take into account other features not included in the original work of P.E. Seiden and F. Celada. In particular, since the first version, the model has been enriched to simulate HIV infection and cancer immunotherapy. Customized versions of C-ImmSim have been developed to simulate hypersensitivity reactions and Epstein-Barr virus infections. 


For questions regarding code availability or collaborations write to 
    f.castiglione [at] iac [at] cnr [at] it
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This page is written and maintained by Filippo Castiglione (Istituto Applicazioni del Calcolo - CNR, Rome, Italy)