Construction of differential equation model to decribe COVID-19 epidemics

Governments and policymakers take different measures vis-à-vis the COVID-19 crisis, ranging from advice to reduce social activities, to a complete lock down of society and economy. To support them with tools that enable them to fulfill their tasks we constructed a differential equation model for the COVID-19 epidemics using systems biology methodologies.

DOI: 10.15490/fairdomhub.1.investigation.372.1

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Created at: 3rd Apr 2020 at 15:25

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Study the role of permanent reduction in social interactions ( lockdown ) in suppressing the epidemic

We examined whether such a lockdown could be intermitted with periods with normal social contact, without endangering the success of the strategy.

Systems Biology model of the Corona virus epidemics

please add your model here - associated to this assay

Supplementary Information on model parameters

This file contains description of all model parameters and corresponding references

  • COVID_model_param_2020-03-29.pdf

List of reactions and species for Comprehensive model for COVID-19

This Excel file contains lists of model (Comprehensive model for COVID-19) reactions and species in table format Comprehensive model for COVID-19 coused by SARS-CoV-2

  • Model_reaction_species_lists.xlsx

Comprehensive model for COVID-19 coused by SARS-CoV-2

Model building:

The module was built using modular bottom-up approach where every module describes a certain process and then, when modules are connected together like domino tiles, we can reconstruct the emergent behavior of the whole system.

This is a blueprint model and might be used for various country/data.
If one wans to use it for a particular country/data, we can recommend following steps:

1. Adjust total population by changing initial condition of
A-Initial_population_innocent_non-tested
...

  • COVID-19_comprehensive_model_2020-03-24.cps
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Kolodkin, A., & Westerhoff, H. (2020). Construction of differential equation model to decribe COVID-19 epidemics. FAIRDOMHub. https://doi.org/10.15490/FAIRDOMHUB.1.INVESTIGATION.372.1
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