Understanding viruses / by Teri Shors.

By: Shors, Teri
Publisher: Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, c2013Edition: 2nd edDescription: xxv, 704 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm. + 1 online access codeContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 9780763785536; 0763785539; 9781449648923 (pbk.)Other title: VirusesSubject(s): Virus diseases | Viruses | Viruses | Virus Diseases | Virus Physiological PhenomenaDDC classification: 616.9/1 LOC classification: RC 114.5 | .S46 2013
Contents:
Introduction to viruses -- Eukaryotic molecular biology and host cell constraints -- Virus architecture and nomenclature -- Virus replication cycles -- Laboratory diagnosis of viral diseases and working with viruses in the reseach laboratory -- Mechanisms of viral entry and spread of infection in the body -- Host resistance to viral infections -- Epidemiology -- The history of medicine, clinical trials, gene therapy, and xenotransplantation -- Viruses and cancer -- Poliovirus and other enteroviruses -- Influenza viruses -- Rabies -- Poxviruses -- Herpesviruses -- Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) -- Hepatitis viruses -- New viruses and viruses that are reemerging -- What about prions and viroids? -- Plant viruses -- The best for last : bacteriophages.
List(s) this item appears in: CAHP - "MYCOLOGY AND VIROLOGY (MICROBIOLOGY II)"
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction to viruses -- Eukaryotic molecular biology and host cell constraints -- Virus architecture and nomenclature -- Virus replication cycles -- Laboratory diagnosis of viral diseases and working with viruses in the reseach laboratory -- Mechanisms of viral entry and spread of infection in the body -- Host resistance to viral infections -- Epidemiology -- The history of medicine, clinical trials, gene therapy, and xenotransplantation -- Viruses and cancer -- Poliovirus and other enteroviruses -- Influenza viruses -- Rabies -- Poxviruses -- Herpesviruses -- Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) -- Hepatitis viruses -- New viruses and viruses that are reemerging -- What about prions and viroids? -- Plant viruses -- The best for last : bacteriophages.

Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology

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