Assessing Mathematical Models of Influenza Infections Using Features of the Immune Response

@inproceedings{Dobrovolny2013AssessingMM,
  title={Assessing Mathematical Models of Influenza Infections Using Features of the Immune Response},
  author={Hana M. Dobrovolny and Micaela B. Reddy and Mohamed A. Kamal and Craig R. Rayner and Catherine A A Beauchemin},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
The role of the host immune response in determining the severity and duration of an influenza infection is still unclear. In order to identify severity factors and more accurately predict the course of an influenza infection within a human host, an understanding of the impact of host factors on the infection process is required. Despite the lack of sufficiently diverse experimental data describing the time course of the various immune response components, published mathematical models were… CONTINUE READING

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