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ANIMAL as host animal

Fitting data from SOURCE on PATHOGEN AND STRAIN yields a beta-Poisson dose response model with these parameters:

  • N50 = 28472.54, 95% CI 12466.19 to 78522.66
  • α = 0.5493, 95% CI 0.3037 to 2449.6

The p-value for the null hypothesis of goodness of fit is 0.XXX.

The p-value for the null hypothesis that the exponential and beta-Poisson models are equivalent is 0.XXX.

Scatter plot of α and N50
Dose response model with confidence intervals

ANIMAL as host animal

Fitting data from SOURCE on PATHOGEN AND STRAIN yields an exponential dose response model with these parameters:

  • k = 7.16E-6, 95% CI 5.45E-6 to 9.46E-6

The p-value for the null hypothesis of goodness of fit is 0.XXX.

The p-value for the null hypothesis that the exponential and beta-Poisson models are equivalent is 0.XXX.

Histogram of k
Dose response model with confidence intervals

References

  1. Altboum Z, Gozes Y, Barnea A, Pass A, White M, Kobiler D. Postexposure prophylaxis against anthrax: evaluation of various treatment regimens in intranasally infected guinea pigs. Infection and Immunity 2002 Nov;70(11):6231-41. [1]
  2. Druett HA, Henderson DW, Packman L, Peacock S. Studies on respiratory infection. I. The influence of particle size on respiratory infection with anthrax spores. Journal of Hygiene 1953 Sep;51(3):359-71.