Volume 33 - Article 15 | Pages 425–450 Editor's Choice

Sexual networks, partnership mixing, and the female-to-male ratio of HIV infections in generalized epidemics: An agent-based simulation study

By Georges Reniers, Benjamin Armbruster, Aaron Lucas

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