Viral Pathogenesis, Volume 813
Neal Nathanson, Rafi Ahmed
Lippincott-Raven, Jan 1, 1997 - Medical - 940 pages
This volume takes a broad approach to the origin and development of viral disease, and aims to illustrate the interaction between virus and host. The first section covers the viral life cycle, the pathology of viral disease, the immune response, treatment, and prevention. The next section discusses the detection and quantification of viral genomes, messages, and proteins in tissues. In addition, it reviews procedures for animal studies.
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Introduction and History
Entry Dissemination Shedding and Transmission of Viruses
Localization of Viral Infections
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