Ouvrages publiés en collaboration (1)

  1. 1. Urbain, J., Andris, F., Brait, M., De Wit, D., Kaufman, M., & Willems, F. (1989). Self/non self discrimination in the immune system in the"The theoretical Models of cell to cell signaling": Acad. Press.
  2.   Ouvrages édités à titre de seul éditeur ou en collaboration (1)

  3. 1. Kaufman, M., & Comet, J.-P. (2007). Modélisation et simulation pour la post-génomique. Paris, France: Lavoisier.
  4.   Parties d'ouvrages collectifs (11)

  5. 1. Thomas, R., & Kaufman, M. (2001). Emergence de comportements complexes à partir de circuits simples. In I. Prigogine (Ed.), L'homme devant l'incertain (pp. 103-118). Editions Odile Jacob.
  6. 2. Kaufman, M., Andris, F., & Leo, O. (1998). Logical analysis of timing-dependent sognaling properties in the immune system. In D. Beysens & G. Forgacs (Eds.), Dynamical Networks in Physics and Biology (pp. 249-259). Berlin: Springer Verlag.
  7. 3. Kaufman, M., D'Ari, R., & Thomas, R. (1990). A Model Analysis of the Immune Response. In R. Thomas & R. D'Ari (Eds.), Biological Feedbacks (pp. 257-268). Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, Inc.
  8. 4. Kaufman, M. (1990). Logical Treatment of Diffusion. In R. Thomas & R. D'Ari (Eds.), Biological Feedbacks (pp. 207-222). Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, Inc.
  9. 5. Kaufman, M. (1989). Regulation of the Immune Response: A Discrete Mapping Approach. In H. Atlan & I. Cohen (Eds.), Theories of the Immune Networks (pp. 72-84). Springer-Verlag.
  10. 6. Kaufman, M., & Urbain, J. (1989). A Model for the Dynamics of the Immune Response Based on Idiotypic Regulation. In A. Goldbeter (Ed.), Cell to Cell Signalling: From Experiments to Theoretical Models (pp. 303-314). Academic Press.
  11. 7. Kaufman, M. (1988). Memory and Paralysis Phenomena in the Immune Response: Interpretation in terms of Multiple Steady State Transitions. In M. Markus, S. Muller, & G. Nicolis (Eds.), From Chemical to Biological Organization (pp. 263-275). Springer Verlag.
  12. 8. Kaufman, M. (1988). Role of Multistability in an Immune Response Model: A Combined Discrete and Continuous Approach. In A. Perelson (Ed.), Theoretical Immunology (pp. 199-222). Santa Fe: Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, Addison-Wesley Pu Co.
  13. 9. Kaufman, M. (1985). Logical Analysis of Lymphocyte Interactions During an Immune Response. In J. Demongeot, T. Goles, & M. Tchuente (Eds.), Dynamical Systems and Cellular Automata (pp. 207-220). Academic Press.
  14. 10. Nicolis, G., Erneux, T., & Kaufman, M. (1978). Pattern formation in reacting and diffusing systems. In S. A. Rice (Ed.), Advances in chemical physics (pp. 263-315). New-York-Chichester: J. Wiley & Sons.

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