Transplantation and Computational Immunology

Transplantation, the process of moving cells, tissues and organs from one location to another to replace or repair damaged or ill organs and tissues. During transplantation, the immune system plays an important role. In transplant medicine, immunological research has led to enormous advances. Nevertheless, the most formidable obstacle to successful transplantation remains immune rejection. Continued research is needed to find ways to mitigate the risk of rejection, enhance diagnosis and sustain the transplant's long-term survival, all of which would have a significant impact on the supply of strained tissue.

Computational immunology is a research discipline that combines approaches to immunology from high-throughput genomics and bioinformatics. This usually aims to turn immunological information into computational problems, solving them by using mathematical and statistical methods and then translating the findings into definitions of immunological significance. The Immunology Conference is an excellent platform to discuss with co-researchers and students in order to know more interesting developments in this field.

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