Fields virology seventh edition
Vol 1 : emerging viruses
Descriptif détaillé : Fields virology :Vol. 1 Emerging Viruses Seventh Edition
This volume of Fields Virology: Emerging Viruses, Seventh Edition covers recent changes in emerging viruses, providing new or extensively revised chapters that reflect these advances in this dynamic field.
What is the content of "Fields Virology: Emerging Viruses, Seventh Edition" ?
Bundled with the eBook, which will be updated regularly as new information about each virus is available, including coronavirus and COVID-19, this text serves as the authoritative, up-to-date reference book for virologists, infectious disease specialists, microbiologists, and physicians, as well as medical students pursuing a career in infectious diseases.
- Covers both basic science and medical features of each virus, emphasizing viruses of medical importance and interest, while also including other viruses in specific cases where more is known about their mechanisms of replication or pathogenesis.
- Covers virus evolution, as well as Coronoviridae, Picornaviridae, Enteroviruses, Caliciviridae, Hepatitis C Virus, Filoviridae, Henipaviruses, Orthomyxoviruses, Bunyavirales, Arenaviridae, and much more.
- Features over 500 full-color illustrations, including key figures for use as lecture slides.
- Provides quick, flexible access to current information both in print and in an improved eBook format, searchable across all volumes.
- Discusses virus structure, virus entry, replication, and assembly, virus-host cell interactions, host immune responses and vaccines, antiviral therapeutics, virus evolution and immunization.
- Emerging Viruses
- DNA Viruses
- RNA Viruses
- Fundamental Viruses
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Who are the authors of "Fields Virology: Emerging Viruses, Seventh Edition" ?
Peter M. Howley : President of the Vallee Foundation, Peter Howley is the Shattuck Professor of Pathological Anatomy and Professor of Microbiology and Immunobiology at Harvard Medical School. Co-chief editor of the reference book Fields Virology. Professor, Microbiology and Immunobiology, Harvard Medical School, Member ofDana-Farber Harvard Cancer Center.
David M. Knipe : Higgins Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics and interim Co-Chair in the Department of Microbiology and Immunobiology at the Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts and co-chief editor of the reference book Fields Virology. He had previously served as Chair of the Program in Virology at Harvard Medical School from 2004 through 2016.
Sean Whelan : British-American virologist. He is known for identifying the cellular protein used as a receptor by Ebola virus, for defining the entry pathway that rabies virus uses to enter neurons, and for identifying the ribosome as a possible target for antiviral drugs. In July 2019, he was announced as the new Chair of the Department of Molecular Microbiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis, Missouri.