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Fig. 2 | BMC Public Health

Fig. 2

From: High-resolution epidemic simulation using within-host infection and contact data

Fig. 2

Simulated infection course using within-host infection dynamics. The viral replication, the antibody dynamics, and their interaction were modelled to define epidemiological parameters. It is assumed that when the EBOV-specific antibody concentration reaches a certain threshold, it can inhibit the viral replication [76]. The total viral load under the curve (AUC) in lethal cases is used to define infection outcomes [77]

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