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Effector lifespan Avg. time for effector to kill tumor cell Avg. 5 day = 3,600 min 1 day = 1,440 min 1/2 day = 720 min 0, 60, or 120 1/cell/min 1 10 6 cells/m2 Based on experimental results of Friedl and Gunzer and an estimate from Catron et al. we estimate that effectors migrate at velocity 12 m/min [9, 18], so for our time step, we set t D 1 min, and for the space step, we set x D 12 m. This space step is convenient, because it is also approximately the diameter of a single cell [2,9,32,34].
Some mathematical models consider the possibility of aggressive early-stage tumors with division times of less than 10 days [27, 34]. In this chapter, we also model a fast-growing tumor with an average division time of div D 7 days as in . This rate gives simulations that produce varied behavior more quickly. 2/ h D 2:5 days. We do not have clear estimates of the average times for effector killing of tumor cells, but experimental studies show that anti-tumor effectors can sometimes rapidly kill target cells and even kill multiple target cells simultaneously .
4 Time evolution of tumor cells, effectors, and tumor–effector complexes when D 120. Other parameters values are taken from Table 1. (a) Fastest tumor elimination among ten simulations. Tumor is eliminated on day 31. (b) Slowest tumor elimination among ten simulations. Tumor is eliminated on day 103 Figure 8a shows that in the case when D 60, it is possible for effectors to eliminate the tumor without much of a relapse, but as shown in Fig. 8b, it is far more likely that the system oscillates. Oscillations occur because chemotaxis is strong enough to recruit a strong effector response against a large tumor; however, as the tumor shrinks to a smaller size, the number of tumor–effector complexes surrounding the tumor mass also declines, which reduces the amount of cytokine secreted at the tumor site.