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The stability of host-pathogen multi-strain models

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Previous multi-strain mathematical models have elucidated that the degree of cross-protective responses between similar strains, acting as a form of immune selection, generates different behavioural states of the pathogen population. This thesis explores these multi-strain dynamic states, to examine their robustness and stability in the face of pathogenic intrinsic phenotypic variation, and the extrinsic force of immune selection. This is achieved in two main ways: Chapter 2 introduc...

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Susan Hawkins
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DPhil
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University of Oxford
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