Mathematical Model to Assess the Relative Effectiveness of Rift Valley Fever Countermeasures

@article{Gaff2011MathematicalMT,
  title={Mathematical Model to Assess the Relative Effectiveness of Rift Valley Fever Countermeasures},
  author={Holly D. Gaff and Colleen Burgess and Jacqueline Jackson and Tianchan Niu and Yiannis E. Papelis and David M. Hartley},
  journal={IJALR},
  year={2011},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-18}
}
Mathematical modeling of infectious diseases is increasingly used to explicate the mechanics of disease propagation, impact of controls, and sensitivity of countermeasures. The authors demonstrate use of a Rift Valley Fever (RVF) model to study efficacy of countermeasures to disease transmission parameters. RVF is a viral infectious disease that propagates through infected mosquitoes and primarily affects animals but also humans. Vaccines exist to protect against the disease but there is lack… CONTINUE READING
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