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Figure 6

From: A comparison of elasticities of viral levels to specific immune response mechanisms in human immunodeficiency virus infection

Figure 6

Scatter plots with model fits between the viral levels and immune response parameters. a and b give the scatter plots with linear fits between the viral levels and the neutralizing efficiency h1 of antibodies at time t=10 and t=100, respectively. The circles are the data points and the line is the linear fit. In Figure 6a, a negative relationship between the viral levels and the antibody neutralizing efficiency is observed. Figure 6b shows a positive relationship between the viral levels and the neutralizing efficiency. c-d give scatter plots with linear fits (correlations) between the viral levels and the probability of proliferation of B cells ψ, at time t=10 and t=100, respectively. Figure 6c shows a negative relationship between the viral levels and the probability of proliferation of B cells. In Figure 6d, a positive relationship between the viral levels and the probability of proliferation of B cells is observed. The parameter values used are given in Table 1 and the initial conditions were D 0 =100, P 0 =100, Q 0 =100, V 0 =100, T 0 =750, T 0 =100, C 0 =1, B 0 =1.

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