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    Scatter diagram of the measurements of M1 (left) and m1 (right) of <i>Prosiphneus</i> and “<i>Pliosiphneus</i>” <i>lyratus</i>.

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    <p>a, <i>Prosiphneus</i> cf. <i>P</i>. <i>eriksoni</i>, Zanda, Tibet; b, <i>P</i>. <i>qiui</i>, Amuwusu, Nei Mongol; c, <i>P</i>. <i>haoi</i>, Qin’an, Gansu; d, <i>P</i>. <i>licenti</i>, Qin’an, Gansu; e, <i>P</i>. <i>tianzuensis</i>, Tianzhu, Gansu; f, <i>Prosiphneus</i> cf. <i>P</i>. <i>eriksoni</i>, Kunlun Pass, Qinghai; g, <i>P</i>. <i>licenti</i>, Qingyang, Gansu; h, <i>P</i>. <i>murinus</i>, Yushe, Shanxi; i, “<i>Pliosiphneus</i>” <i>lyratus</i>, Yushe; j, <i>Prosiphneus</i> cf. <i>P</i>. <i>eriksoni</i>, Bilike, Nei Mongol; k, <i>P</i>. <i>eriksoni</i>, Ertemte, Nei Mongol.</p

    Geographic distribution of the main localities of the fossil and extant zokors.

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    <p>Green line–extant (referred from website of IUCN, <a href="http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/14116/0" target="_blank">http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/14116/0</a>, /14118/0, /14119/0, /14120/0, /14121/0, and /14122/0, accessed on Dec. 11<sup>th</sup>, 2014); yellow shadow and black circles–fossils (based on Zheng, 1994). Red arrow shows a potential dispersal way of the <i>Prosipheus</i> from its center of origin in north China and Mongolian Plateau to the Zanda Basin of southwestern Tibetan Plateau, possibly via the Hol Xil-Qiangtang hinterland in northern Tibet.</p

    Comparison of the dentine tract measurements of M1 (right) and m1 (left) of <i>Prosiphneus</i>.

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    <p>1, <i>P</i>. <i>qiui</i>, Amuwusu; 2, <i>P</i>. <i>haoi</i>, Qin’an; 3, <i>P</i>. <i>licenti</i>, Qingyang; 4, <i>P</i>. <i>murinus</i>, Yushe; 5, <i>P</i>. <i>tianzuensis</i>, Tianzhu; 6and 8 <i>P</i>. <i>eriksoni</i>, 6, Ertemte; 8, Zanda; 7and 9, <i>Prosiphneus</i> cf. <i>P</i>. <i>eriksoni</i>: 7, Bilike; 9, Kunlun Pass. 1–6, data cited from Zheng et al. (2004: Tables <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0144993#pone.0144993.t001" target="_blank">1</a> and <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0144993#pone.0144993.t002" target="_blank">2</a>); 7, remeasured and 8, 9 measured by authors.</p

    Simulation of different levels of drug effectiveness in different compartments.

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    <p>Note: The numbers in parentheses represent the results in LNs and those not in parentheses represent the results in PB.</p>*<p>indicates the absence of second peak. Here , , and BTT is day 0.</p

    Simulation of different BTTs.

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    <p>Note: The numbers in parentheses represent the results in LNs and those not in parentheses represent the results in PB. Here , .</p

    Daily death of T4 cells in PB and LNs.

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    <p>The daily death of infected and uninfected T4 cells in PB (A and B) and LNs (C and D), during the first 80 days (A and C) and from day 80 to day 6000 (B and D).</p

    Illustration of uninfected HIV-1-specific and non-specific T4 cells during the global simulation results in PB and LNs.

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    <p>Panels A, B and C stand for PB, and panel D stands for LNs. The T4 cell count peaks in PB three times: (A) from day 20 to day 100, (B) from day 100 to day 160, and (C) from day 160 to day 900.</p

    Simulation of ±10% single initial condition/parameter perturbations.

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    <p>Note: The numbers in parentheses represent the results in LNs and those not in parenthese are results in PB.</p
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