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Table 3 Fits to the Gaush & Smith (1968) single-cycle, single-history experiment (Figure 5) [9]

From: Exploring the effect of biological delays in kinetic models of influenza within a host or cell culture

Dista τ L (h) σ L τ I (h) σ I (h) (h) SSR AICc
exp 1.8 × 106 10.5 10.5 7.3 7.3 3.59 -21.3
δ 7.5 × 105 6.2 34.5 6.2 34.5 b
N 5.4 × 106 12.4 4.6 h 0.17 9.7 h 12.4 6.6 0.79 -41.3
  [1.4:8.7]c [6.7:14.3] [1.9:5.8] [0.002:23] [4.3:13.3]     
lnN 2.0 × 106 8.5 0.49 18.2 0 8.5 18.2 0.93 -38.3
  [1.0:4.6] [5.4:10.8] [0.24:0.58] [9.6:25.6] [0:0.41]     
  1. a — Delay model used: exponential (exp), fixed (δ), normal (N), and lognormal (lnN).
  2. b — Using the fixed-delay model, virus titer is zero at all times prior to the appearance of infectious cells such that the SSR measured in log scale cannot be computed.
  3. c — 95% confidence intervals are given in brackets for the normal and lognormal fits.
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