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Fig. 2 | Malaria Journal

Fig. 2

From: Quantitative, model-based estimates of variability in the generation and serial intervals of Plasmodium falciparum malaria

Fig. 2

Probabilistic descriptions of the infection-to-detection periods IDPS and IDPA between infection and detection of treated/symptomatic (a) and untreated/asymptomatic (b) cases, respectively. The SI random variable is obtained by summing the GI random variable with random variables describing the IDP once for the primary infection and once again for the secondary infection. Combining IDP random variables with the appropriate generation interval random variables yielded four different estimates of the serial interval: treated primary case and either symptomatic (c) or asymptomatic (d) secondary case; untreated primary case and either symptomatic (e) or asymptomatic secondary case (f)

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