Existence of periodic solution for a tumor growth model with vaccine interaction

Canan Çelik, Nigar Özarslan Tuncer

Abstract


This paper is devoted to the study of existence of positive periodic solutions of a tumor-immune competition model with vaccine interaction. By using the continuation theorem of coincidence degree theory developed by Gains and Mahwin, we establish the sufficient conditions for the existence of periodic solutions.

Keywords


Coincidence degree theory; tumor-immune system; periodic solution

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