Antiretroviral drug publications
- S. Chowdhury, P.K. Roy, R.J. Smith?, Mathematical modelling of enfuvirtide and protease inhibitors as combination therapy for HIV (International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation, 2016, 17(6), 259-275)
- M. Al-arydah, R.J. Smith? Adding education to "test and treat": Can we overcome drug resistance? (Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2015, Article ID 781270, 19 pages).
- R.E. Miron, R.J. Smith?, Resistance to protease inhibitors in a model of HIV-1 infection with impulsive drug effects (Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 2014, 76(1), 59-97).
- J. Lou and R.J. Smith? Modelling the effects of adherence to the HIV fusion inhibitor enfuvirtide (Journal of Theoretical Biology 2011, 268, 1-13
- R.J. Smith?, J.T. Okano, J.S. Kahn, E.N. Bodine, and S. Blower, Evolutionary dynamics of complex networks of HIV drug-resistant strains: the case of San Francisco (Science 2010, 327:5966, 697-701).
- R.E. Miron and R.J. Smith? Modelling imperfect adherence to HIV induction therapy (BMC Infectious Diseases 2010, 10:6).
- R.J. Smith?, J. Li, R. Gordon and J.M. Heffernan, Can we spend our way out of the AIDS epidemic? A World Halting AIDS Model (BMC Public Health 2009, 9(Suppl 1):S15).
- R.J. Smith? and B.D. Aggarwala, Can the viral reservoir of latently infected CD4+ T cells be eradicated with antiretroviral HIV drugs? (Journal of Mathematical Biology 2009, 59, 697-715).
- B.D. Aggarwala and R.J. Smith? Do frequent doses of HAART block the HIV blips? (Far East Journal of Mathematical Sciences 2009, 32:2, 231-251).
R.J. Smith? Explicitly accounting for antiretroviral drug uptake in theoretical HIV models predicts long-term failure of protease-only therapy (Journal of Theoretical Biology 2008, 251(2), 227-237).
R.J. Smith, Adherence to antiretroviral HIV drugs: how many doses can you miss before resistance emerges? (Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences 2006, 273:1586, 617-624).
R.J. Smith and L.M. Wahl, Drug resistance in an immunological model of HIV-1 infection with impulsive drug effects (The Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 2005, Vol 67:4 783-813).
R.J. Smith and L.M. Wahl, Distinct effects of protease and reverse transcriptase inhibition in an immunological model of HIV-1 infection with impulsive drug effects (The Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, Vol 66:5 2004 pp 1259-1283).