DOI: 10.1101/475533Nov 22, 2018Paper

Mathematical Details on a Cancer Resistance Model

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
James GreeneEduardo Sontag

Abstract

The primary factor limiting the success of chemotherapy in cancer treatment is the phenomenon of drug resistance. We have recently introduced a framework for quantifying the effects of induced and non-induced resistance to cancer chemotherapy [11, 10]. In this work, we expound on the details relating to an optimal control problem outlined in [10]. The control structure is precisely characterized as a concatenation of bang-bang and path-constrained arcs via the Pontryagin Maximum Principle and differential Lie algebra techniques. A structural identifiability analysis is also presented, demonstrating that patient-specific parameters may be measured and thus utilized in the design of optimal therapies prior to the commencement of therapy. For completeness, a detailed analysis of existence results is also included.

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Drug Resistance
Structure
Cancer Treatment
Analysis
Altingia siamensis
Resistance Process
Administration of Antineoplastic Agent

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