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Modeling the influence of vaccine administration on COVID-19 testing strategies

Jonathan Forde, Stanca Ciupe,

Vaccination is considered the best strategy for limiting and eliminating the COVID-19 pandemic. The success of this strategy relies on the rate of vaccine deployment and acceptance across the globe. As these efforts are being conducted, the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus is continuously mutating, which leads ... Read more >>

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Quantification of the Tradeoff between Test Sensitivity and Test Frequency in a COVID-19 Epidemic-A Multi-Scale Modeling Approach.

Jonathan E Forde, Stanca M Ciupe,

Control strategies that employ real time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) tests for the diagnosis and surveillance of COVID-19 epidemic are inefficient in fighting the epidemic due to high cost, delays in obtaining results, and the need of specialized personnel and equipment for laboratory processing. Cheaper and faster alternatives, such as ... Read more >>

Viruses (Viruses)
[2021, 13(3):]

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The Dynamics of HPV Infection and Cervical Cancer Cells.

Tri Sri Noor Asih, Suzanne Lenhart, Steven Wise, Lina Aryati, F Adi-Kusumo, Mardiah S Hardianti, Jonathan Forde,

The development of cervical cells from normal cells infected by human papillomavirus into invasive cancer cells can be modeled using population dynamics of the cells and free virus. The cell populations are separated into four compartments: susceptible cells, infected cells, precancerous cells and cancer cells. The model system of differential ... Read more >>

Bull Math Biol (Bulletin of mathematical biology)
[2016, 78(1):4-20]

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Latently infected cell activation: a way to reduce the size of the HIV reservoir?

Jonathan Forde, Joseph M Volpe, Stanca M Ciupe,

While antiretroviral drugs can drive HIV to undetectably low levels in the blood, eradication is hindered by the persistence of long-lived, latently infected memory CD4 T cells. Immune activation therapy aims to eliminate this latent reservoir by reactivating these memory cells, exposing them to removal by the immune system and ... Read more >>

Bull Math Biol (Bulletin of mathematical biology)
[2012, 74(7):1651-1672]

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A model of Varicella-Zoster reactivation.

Jonathan E Forde, Bailey Meeker,

Mathematical models have been used to study the dynamic interaction of many infectious diseases with the host's immune system. In this paper, we study Varicella Zoster Virus, which is responsible for chicken pox (varicella), and after a long period of latency, herpes zoster (shingles). After developing the model and demonstrating ... Read more >>

Math Biosci Eng (Mathematical biosciences and engineering : MBE)
[2010, 7(4):765-777]

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