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24 Hours in the Life of HIV-1 in a T Cell Line

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Modeling of the viral life cycle.

(A) Raw data of measured viral replication intermediates (mean [dots] with one standard error) and curves of fitted progression model (solid lines). The temporal dynamics of each step in the viral life cycle was generated individually by modeling the net effect of production, decay, initial viral input, and experimental noise of the corresponding marker intermediate (Text S1 and Figure S4 and S5 in Text S1). (B) Activity profile of individual steps of the viral life cycle estimated from the progression model. Each violin spans the 98% quantile of the viral step with width proportional to activity level at each given point in time. The plus symbol (‘+’) denotes the peak of the activity and the inner white violin its 95% bootstrap confidence interval. In the shaded area, expected values extrapolated beyond the last observed time point (24 h, dashed line) are shown.

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