The Basic Immune Simulator
Using agent based modeling, the Basic Immune Simulator was created to study the immune system as a complex network.  It represents the immune system as a whole, characterizing all basic cell types and cytokines/chemokines via agents and signals which interact in three different fields: body (parenchymal) tissue, lymphoid tissue, and the circulatory/lymphatic system.  This represents the entire path of an immune cell in the body.  The simulator emulates both normal and pathological immune behavior in four different scenarios: viral infection, wound healing, transplantation, and tumor growth.  Therefore the Basic Immune Simulator can be used to study the immune response to these various perturbations and ways to control it can be identified and developed.