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A mathematical model of plasmid-carried antibiotic resistance transmission in two types of cells

Publicado en línea: 29 Apr 2022
Volumen & Edición: Volumen 8 (2023) - Edición 1 (January 2023)
Páginas: 2331 - 2344
Recibido: 05 Nov 2021
Aceptado: 23 Jan 2022
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Fig. 1

Plasmid-carried antibiotic resistance transmission in two types of cells
Plasmid-carried antibiotic resistance transmission in two types of cells

Fig. 2

The effect of antibiotic concentration
The effect of antibiotic concentration

Fig. 3

The effect of transmission rate
The effect of transmission rate

Fig. 4

The effect of cost parameter
The effect of cost parameter

Fig. 5

The effect of segregation rate
The effect of segregation rate

Fig. 6

The sensitivity of degradation rate
The sensitivity of degradation rate

Fig. 7

The sensitivity of transmission rate
The sensitivity of transmission rate

Fig. 8

The sensitivity of cost parameter cb
The sensitivity of cost parameter cb

Fig. 9

The sensitivity of segregation rate ka
The sensitivity of segregation rate ka

Fig. 10

The sensitivity of segregation rate kb
The sensitivity of segregation rate kb

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