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This volume is a collection of papers on various areas of current interest in mathematical biology, such as epidemic disease modeling, including the effects of vaccination and strain replacement; immunology, such as T-Cell dynamics and the mechanism of phagocytosis; knot theory; DNA computation; and Boolean networks.
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