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answered Can viruses be toxic?
Jan
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comment What are some examples of undirected weighted networks in ecology?
Started working on an answer, then decided just to upvote this one. Some undirected, weighted networks for epidemiology can be found at ndssl.vbi.vt.edu/synthetic-data , or as component of the ergm R package, if one is so inclined.
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Sep
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comment Why are people unable to develop lasting immunity against Norovirus?
@AtlLED Nothing bad ever happened by having a subject matter expert provide an answer with more detail :)
Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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answered What is the difference between influenza A and B viruses that causes their distinct seasonal patterns?
Apr
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answered Why are people unable to develop lasting immunity against Norovirus?
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answered What prevents predator overpopulation?
Apr
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answered Viruses: Adaptation to a new host through repeated host jumps
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answered Can a virophage potentially be used to cure a viral disease?
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Jan
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answered Could murder be modeled as an infectious disease?
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comment Could murder be modeled as an infectious disease?
@ThomasIngalls That objection is also true for infectious diseases, which is why we model in the first place.
Jan
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comment Why do parasites sometimes kill their hosts?
+1 - a number of the parasites that cause human disease aren't supposed to be in us. We're an odd side-note in their lifecycle.
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