Introduction to Modern Virology
Edition: 6th 2007 (Revised)
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Description: Introduction to Modern Virology has been an established student text for over 25 years. The 6th edition is even more accessible, now including key points and integrative questions in every chapter, as well as text boxes emphasizing take-home messages, evidence underpinning the main concepts, and further information for more advanced readers.
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List price: $131.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/16/2007
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
|What is a virus?|
|Towards a Definition of a Virus|
|Some Methods for Studying Animal Viruses|
|The Structure of Virus Particles|
|Classification of Viruses|
|Virus Growth in Cells|
|The Process of Infection: I. Attachment of Viruses and the Entry of Their Genomes into the Target Cell|
|The Process of Infection: IIA. The Replication of Viral DNA|
|The Process of Infection: IIB. Genome Replication in RNA Viruses|
|The Process of Infection: IIC. The Replication of RNA Viruses with a DNA Intermediate and Vice Versa|
|The Process of Infection: IIIA. Gene Expression in DNA Viruses and Reverse-Transcribing Viruses|
|The Process of Infection: IIIB. Gene Expression and its Regulation in RNA Viruses|
|The Process of Infection: IV. The Assembly of Viruses|
|Virus Interactions with the Whole Organism|
|The Immune System and Virus Neutralization|
|Interactions Between Animal Viruses and Cells|
|Animal Virus-Host Interactions|
|Mechanisms in Virus Latency|
|Transmission of Viruses|
|The Evolution of Viruses|
|Viruses and Disease|
|Human Viral Disease: An Overview|
|HIV & AIDS|
|Carcinogenesis and Tumor Viruses|
|Vaccines and Antivirals: The Prevention and Treatment of Virus Diseases|
|Horizons in Human Virology|
|Appendixes: Survey of Virus Properties|