Items by Adams, Ben
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Greenman, J. and Adams, B., 2015. The exclusion problem in seasonally forced epidemiological systems. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 367.
Woodall, H. and Adams, B., 2014. Partial cross-enhancement in models for dengue epidemiology. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 351, pp. 67-73.
Adams, B. and McHardy, A. C., 2011. The impact of seasonal and year-round transmission regimes on the evolution of influenza A virus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 278 (1716), pp. 2249-2256.
Omori, R. and Adams, B., 2011. Disrupting seasonality to control disease outbreaks: the case of koi herpes virus. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 271 (1), pp. 159-165.
Adams, B. and Boots, M., 2010. How important is vertical transmission in mosquitoes for the persistence of dengue? Insights from a mathematical model. Epidemics, 2 (1), pp. 1-10.
Omori, R., Adams, B. and Sasaki, A., 2010. Coexistence conditions for strains of influenza with immune cross-reaction. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 262 (1), pp. 48-57.
Adams, B. and Sasaki, A., 2009. Antigenic distance and cross-immunity, invasibility and coexistence of pathogen strains in an epidemiological model with discrete antigenic space. Theoretical Population Biology, 76 (3), pp. 157-167.
McHardy, A. C. and Adams, B., 2009. The role of genomics in tracking the evolution of influenza A virus. PLoS Pathogens, 5 (10), e1000566.
Adams, B. and Kapan, D. D., 2009. Man bites mosquito: understanding the contribution of human movement to vector-borne disease dynamics. PLoS ONE, 4 (8), e6763.