Modelling the Dynamical State of the Projected Primary and Secondary Intra-Solution-Particle Movement System of Efavirenz In-Vivo

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ABSTRACT

This work seeks to describe intra-solution particle movement system. It makes use of data obtained from simulations of patients on efavirenz. A system of ordinary differential equations is used to model movement state at some particular concentration. The movement states’ description is found for the primary and secondary level. The primary system is found to be predominantly an unstable system while the secondary system is stable. This is derived from the state of dynamic eigenvalues associated with the system. The saturated solution-particle is projected to be stable both for the primary potential and secondary state. A volume conserving linear system has been suggested to describe the dynamical state of movement of a solution particle.

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Nemaura, T. (2016) Modelling the Dynamical State of the Projected Primary and Secondary Intra-Solution-Particle Movement System of Efavirenz In-Vivo. International Journal of Modern Nonlinear Theory and Application, 5, 235-247. doi: 10.4236/ijmnta.2016.54021.

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