The site provide the source code of the model and instructions to run the model. Which addresses some of the key issues with regard to sharing information with the social sciences which Axelrod (2007) recommends.
Further information and model code can be seen at the Basic Immune Simulator website and an article
Folcik, V.A., An, G.C. and Orosz, C.G.(2007) The Basic Immune Simulator: An agent-based model to study the interactions between innate and adaptive immunity. Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling, 4:39.
Axelrod (2007) ‘Simulation in the social sciences’ inRennard, J.-P. (ed), Handbook of Research on Nature-Inspired Computing for Economics and Management, Idea Group Reference, Hershey, PA.