Models of CTL Responses and Correlates of Virus Control

Part of the Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics book series (IAM, volume 32)


This chapter will introduce basic mathematical models that have been used to study the dynamics between virus infections and CTL responses. These models range from very simple and phenomenological to more complicated models that try to capture many biological details explicitly. This range also represents the development of these models over time, as more and more biological information became available from experimental research. Yet, even the models that are based on latest biological information still include uncertain assumptions because the appropriate biological and molecular details have not been fully worked out so far.


Virus Load Antiviral Activity Antigenic Stimulation Virus Population Virus Control 
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