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A disease evolution model with uncertain parameters
In this study we consider the SIS epidemiological model (susceptible-infected-susceptible) in which the transmission and recuperation rates are considered fuzzy sets. The concepts of possibility measures and fuzzy expectancy ...
Mathematical modelling of vector-borne diseases and insecticide resistance evolution
Background: Vector-borne diseases are important public health issues and, consequently, in silico models that simulate them can be useful. The susceptible-infected-recovered (SIR) model simulates the population dynamics ...
A population model applied to HIV transmission considering protection and treatment
(Oxford Univ PressOxfordInglaterra, 1999)
Inter and intrapatient evolution of hepatitis C virus
(Mexican Assoc Hepatology, 2015-07)
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) has a short replication time, high mutation rates and large population sizes, all of which make it an excellent experimental model for evolution studies, because evolution can be visualized in ...
Modelling interventions during a dengue outbreak
(Cambridge University Press, 2013-03)
We present a stochastic dynamical model for the transmission of dengue that considers the co-evolution of the spatial dynamics of the vectors (Aedes aegypti) and hosts (human population), allowing the simulation of control ...
THEORETICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE RELATIVE INCIDENCES OF SENSITIVE AND RESISTANT TUBERCULOSIS EPIDEMIC IN PRESENCE OF DRUG TREATMENT
(Amer Inst Mathematical SciencesSpringfieldEUA, 2014)
Radiological evolution of porcine neurocysticercosis after combined antiparasitic treatment with praziquantel and albendazole
(Public Library of Science, 2017)
BACKGROUND: The onset of anthelmintic treatment of neurocysticercosis (NCC) provokes an acute immune response of the host, which in human cases is associated with exacerbation of neurological symptoms. This inflammation ...