Chalmers Conferences, 9th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology

Cell-To-Cell Microfluidic Interaction Models for Tissue Biophysics
Peter I Belobrov

Last modified: 2014-03-28


We provide here detailed discussion on the introduction of biological measures and on the nature of the biological signals. The theory of absolute and relative biological measures has been briefly analyzed in case of mutual cell-cell and cell-tissue measurement. We focus on the biological signals and droplet microfluidic principles of cell-cell interaction modelling and biological measurements. Analysis of the theory of network organization with similar properties of structures and functions of biological particles is presented in the overview, and theory of collective multilevel hierarchical organization that can form the basis of the description of the internal structures and relative biological measures is proposed. We further analyze possible applications of the discussed theoretical approaches to understand the measurement problems in modern tissue biophysics.


biocalibration; biomeasures; biofluidics; biogauge