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Recombination in HIV and the evolution of drug resistance: for better or for worse?
MT Bretscher, CL Althaus, V Müller, S Bonhoeffer
Bioessays 26 (2), 180-188
Stochastic interplay between mutation and recombination during the acquisition of drug resistance mutations in human immunodeficiency virus type 1
CL Althaus, S Bonhoeffer
Journal of virology 79 (21), 13572-13578
Dynamics of immune escape during HIV/SIV infection
CL Althaus, RJ De Boer
PLoS computational biology 4 (7), e1000103
Stochastic or deterministic: what is the effective population size of HIV-1?
RD Kouyos, CL Althaus, S Bonhoeffer
Trends in microbiology 14 (12), 507-511
Transmission dynamics of< i> Chlamydia trachomatis</i> affect the impact of screening programmes
CL Althaus, J Heijne, A Roellin, N Low
Epidemics 2 (3), 123-131
The role of reinfection and partner notification in the efficacy of Chlamydia screening programs
JCM Heijne, CL Althaus, SA Herzog, M Kretzschmar, N Low
Journal of Infectious Diseases 203 (3), 372-377
Transmission of Chlamydia trachomatis through sexual partnerships: a comparison between three individual-based models and empirical data
CL Althaus, KME Turner, BV Schmid, JCM Heijne, M Kretzschmar, N Low
Journal of The Royal Society Interface, rsif20110131
Dynamics of CD8+ T cell responses during acute and chronic lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus infection
CL Althaus, VV Ganusov, RJ De Boer
The Journal of Immunology 179 (5), 2944-2951
Reassessing the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 life cycle through age-structured modeling: life span of infected cells, viral generation time, and basic reproductive number, R0
CL Althaus, AS De Vos, RJ De Boer
Journal of virology 83 (15), 7659-7667
Implications of CTL-mediated killing of HIV-infected cells during the non-productive stage of infection
CL Althaus, RJ De Boer
PLoS One 6 (2), e16468
Intracellular transactivation of HIV can account for the decelerating decay of virus load during drug therapy
CL Althaus, RJ De Boer
Molecular systems biology 6 (1)
Timing of progression from Chlamydia trachomatis infection to pelvic inflammatory disease: a mathematical modelling study
SA Herzog, CL Althaus, JCM Heijne, P Oakeshott, S Kerry, P Hay, N Low
BMC infectious diseases 12 (1), 187
Insights into the timing of repeated testing after treatment for Chlamydia trachomatis: data and modelling study
JCM Heijne, SA Herzog, CL Althaus, G Tao, CK Kent, N Low
Sexually transmitted infections
Towards more robust estimates of the transmissibility of Chlamydia trachomatis
CL Althaus, JCM Heijne, N Low
Sexually transmitted diseases 39 (5), 402-404
Describing the progression from Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae to pelvic inflammatory disease: systematic review of mathematical modeling studies
SA Herzog, JCM Heijne, CL Althaus, N Low
Sexually transmitted diseases 39 (8), 628-637
Individual and population level effects of partner notification for Chlamydia trachomatis
CL Althaus, JCM Heijne, SA Herzog, A Roellin, N Low
PloS one 7 (12), e51438
Impaired immune evasion in HIV through intracellular delays and multiple infection of cells
CL Althaus, RJ De Boer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1740), 3003-3010
Reinfection by untreated partners of people treated for Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae: mathematical modelling study
N Low, JCM Heijne, SA Herzog, CL Althaus
Sexually transmitted infections, sextrans-2013-051279
Direct and Indirect Effects of Screening for Chlamydia trachomatis on the Prevention of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: A Mathematical Modeling Study
SA Herzog, JCM Heijne, P Scott, CL Althaus, N Low
Epidemiology 24 (6), 854-862
Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of traditional and new partner notification technologies for curable sexually transmitted infections: observational study, systematic reviews and mathematical modelling.
CL Althaus, KM Turner, CH Mercer, P Auguste, TE Roberts, G Bell, ...
Health technology assessment (Winchester, England) 18 (2), 1-100
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