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Fig. 5

From: How to prevent viremia rebound? Evidence from a PRRSv data-supported model of immune response

Fig. 5

Baseline rates discriminating between uniphasic and biphasic viremia profiles. Baseline rates discriminating between uniphasic and biphasic viremia profiles. Parameters linked to a-b viral multiplication; c adaptive response activation; d-f antiviral (TNFα and IFNα) vs. immuno-modulatory (IL10) cytokine syntheses by activated target cells. Rate values are presented in relative scale, i.e. normalised according to their assumed upper and lower boundaries (see Additional file 5: Table A5-4). Mean value and standard deviation of the 35 representative individuals selected for the uniphasic (green) and biphasic (red) profiles over the parameter ranges. Parameters were significantly different between profiles (p-value <1%, Kolmogorov–Smirnov test)

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