~5×10^4 (1.4×10^4 – 1.2×10^5) virions per infected cell
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||P.2 right column 2nd paragraph: "Finally, the most direct estimates for the total amount of virus produced per infected cell was achieved using single-cycle SIV to infect PBMC which were placed back in uninfected rhesus macaques."
||P.2 right column 2nd paragraph: "By measuring the total amount of virus produced and accounting for clearance, this experiment yielded a total production of approximately 5×10^4 (range 1.4×10^4–1.2×10^5) virions per infected cell [primary source]. Because productively infected cells have a lifespan of about one day, the cellular burst size estimates of Chen et al. [primary source] imply daily production rates of approximately 5×10^4 virions."