Published in AIDS Weekly, May 15th, 2006
According to a study from the United States, "The dynamics of HIV-1 infection consist of three distinct phases starting with primary infection, then latency and finally AIDS or drug therapy. In this paper, we model the dynamics of primary infection and the beginning of latency.
"We show that allowing for time delays in the model better predicts viral load data when compared to models with no time delays. We also find that our model of primary infection predicts the turnover rates for productively infected T cells and viral totals to be much longer than compared to data from...
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