Host heterogeneity determines epidemic outcomes

Submitted by editor on 30 January 2018.Get the paper!

A dynamic network simulation where the infection (in red) spreads to uninfected individuals (blue). Infected individuals ultimately recover and become immune (green). Throughout the simulation, contacts between individuals are continuously dissolving and forming. Individuals with higher mean degree (i.e., larger sized nodes) are more likely to have contacts in any given time step." 

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