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Figure 9

From: Standardizing the measurement of parasite clearance in falciparum malaria: the parasite clearance estimator

Figure 9

Relative difference in slope half-life estimated from six-hourly and 12-hourly measurements, by sample size. Left panel shows results for profiles with no lag phase identified based on six-hourly measurements; right panel shows results for profiles with lag phase. Sample size is equal to number of measurements at 12-hourly intervals in linear part of profile (after excluding lag phase and tails). Relative difference in slope half-life is calculated as the slope half-life from six-hourly measurements minus the slope half-life from 12-hourly measurements, divided by the slope half-life from six-hourly measurements.

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