A Dictionary of Virology, Second Edition ebook
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Print Book & E-Book. A Dictionary of Virology. Authors: Author Unknown. Hardcover ISBN: 9780124653276.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN 9780124653276, 9780080546322. eBook ISBN: 9780080546322. Imprint: Academic Press. Published Date: 22nd August 2001. Page Count: 432. Select country/region
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Amity Institute of Virology and Immunology. These include "A Short History of the Discovery of Viruses", "Influenza Virus: Introduction to a Killer", and the upcoming "Viruses: Their Evolution, History, Replication and Therapy".
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by John Carter (Author), Venetia Saunders (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0470023860. Taking a modern approach to the subject, the relevance of virology to everyday life is clearly emphasised and discussions of emerging viruses, cancer, vaccines, anti-viral drugs and gene vectors are included. To enhance student understanding, learning outcomes, sources of further information and ‘at-a-glance’ sections are integrated into in each chapter, reinforcing key concepts.
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Includes the new viruses of medical or veterinary importance that have emerged since 2001 such as the new human coronaviruses, SARS and NL63 and a new subtype of influenza (H1N2. Includes new terms in virology. Extensive cross-referencing and illustrative tables further enhance the use of this book.
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severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) human coronavirus, human metapneumoviruses, bocaviruses, and Rabensburg virus), reclassification schemes of viruses (for instance, the unassigned Anellovirus genus), and descriptions of new technologies (. microarray analyses and microRNAs) that have profoundly affected the field of virology.