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The authors regret that the curve-fitting lines in Fig. 3 were incorrectly placed. The corrected Fig. 3 (here in black and white) follows.

Figure 3

Plasma viral load data from two monkeys together with theoretical predictions based on a standard model of HIV-1 dynamics. The theoretical predictions model changes in the death rate of infected cells, δ, the viral production rate, p, or the infection rate constant, k, after anti-CD8 treatment. The theoretical curves shown were generated using nonlinear least-squares regression to find the new value of δ, k, or p that gave the best fit to the data.

Figure 3

Plasma viral load data from two monkeys together with theoretical predictions based on a standard model of HIV-1 dynamics. The theoretical predictions model changes in the death rate of infected cells, δ, the viral production rate, p, or the infection rate constant, k, after anti-CD8 treatment. The theoretical curves shown were generated using nonlinear least-squares regression to find the new value of δ, k, or p that gave the best fit to the data.

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