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Fig. 8 | BMC Systems Biology

Fig. 8

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

Fig. 8

Definition of viral indicators for the uniphasic and biphasic profiles. Definition of viral indicators for the uniphasic and biphasic profiles. For both profiles a-b: viral peak (Vmax), date of viral peak (Tmax), standardised rate of viremia decline after the peak (\(\mathcal {S}_{V}\), defined in Eq. (1)) and infection duration (DI) when defined, i.e. when the viremia remains under the detection threshold until the end of the experiment. For the biphasic profile only b: minimum reached before the second viral peak (VminR), date at which this minimum is reached (TminR), second viral peak (VmaxR), date of second viral peak (TmaxR), viral titer at the end of the experiment Vend when defined, i.e. when the viremia is above the detection threshold. Grey area: viremia lower than the detection threshold (10 TCID50/ml) or after the end of the experiment

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