Virus antibody dynamics in primary and secondary dengue infections

@article{Gujarati2014VirusAD,
  title={Virus antibody dynamics in primary and secondary dengue infections},
  author={Tanvi P. Gujarati and G. Ambika},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={69},
  pages={1773-1800}
}
Dengue viral infections show unique infection patterns arising from its four serotypes, (DENV-1,2,3,4). Its effects range from simple fever in primary infections to potentially fatal secondary infections. We analytically and numerically analyse virus dynamics and humoral response in a host during primary and secondary dengue infection for long periods using micro-epidemic models. The models presented here incorporate time delays, antibody dependent enhancement, a dynamic switch and a… Expand
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