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Some approximate solutions to the spread of influenza A virus infection

@inproceedings{Kalmr2021SomeAS,
  title={Some approximate solutions to the spread of influenza A virus infection},
  author={Boldizs{\'a}r Kalm{\'a}r},
  year={2021}
}
where i = 2, . . . , nE and j = 2, . . . , nI . We replace the value ∂xxV (x, t) in the model [BQRY20] by the constant a , so in this paper we deal with only the case of constant ∂xxV (x, t). The constants DPCF and va correspond to the diffusion rate and to the upward transport in the periciliary fluid. In the equations c denotes the viral clearance rate, p denotes the virion producing rate and T denotes the fraction of uninfected target cells. We denote by nI and nE the numbers of age classes… 

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