H. J. Schuh

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The development of the free-living stages of Ostertagia ostertagi incubated at constant temperatures from 5 to 27 degrees C and in dung pats in the field was observed. The death rates were adequately described by a single exponential functional and the distribution of times for development by a delayed gamma density function. The times of appearance of(More)
A branching process with an absorbing lower barrier is considered. This is a Galton-Watson process with the condition that at any generation the number of individuals is greater than a lower barrier or it is equal to zero (i.e. all individuals in populations which are too small die and have no offspring). A necessary and sufficient condition is given for(More)
It is widely accepted that human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) invades the central nervous system (CNS) shortly after peripheral infection to establish a persistent infection of tissue-resident microglial cells. To what extent this early CNS infection is of pathogenic relevance is a matter of discussion. It is conceivable, however, that infected microglia(More)
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