- Collier, L. H. 1921-
- Oxford, J. S.
- Pipkin, Jim.
- Medical virology
- Virus Diseases -- microbiology
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- Previous ed.: 2000.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- 1. Virology: How it all began; 2. General properties of viruses; 3. Viral replication and genetics; 4. How viruses cause disease; 5. Resistance to virus infections; 6. Viruses and cancer in humans; 7. Viruses and the community; 8. Upper respiratory tract and eye infections due to adenoviruses, coronaviruses (including SARS CoV), and rhinoviruses; 9. Childhood infections caused by paramyxoviruses; 10. Orthomyxoviruses and influenza; 11. Gastroenteritis viruses; 12. Rubella: postnatal infections; 13. Parvoviruses; 14. Poxviruses; 15. Papovaviruses; 16. Poliomyelitis and other picornavirus infections; 17. The herpesviruses: general properties; 18. The alphaherpesviruses: herpes simplex and varicella-zoster; 19. The betaherpesviruses: cytomegalovirus and human herpesviruses 6 and 7; 20. The gammaherpesviruses: epstein-barr virus and kaposi's sarcoma-assocociated herpesvirus; 21. Introduction to the hepatitis viruses; 22. The blood-borne hepatitis viruses B and delta; 23. The enteric hepatitis viruses A and E; 24. The bloodborne hepatitis flaviviruses; 25. Retroviruses and AIDS; 26. Lyssavirus and rabies; 27. Arthropod-borne viruses; 28. Exotic and dangerous infections: filoviruses, arenaviruses and hantaviruses; 29. Prions and the spongiform encephalopathies; 30. Viral diseases of the central nervous system; 31. Intrauterine and perinatal infections; 32. Viral infections in patients with defective immunity; 33. Respiratory Infections; 34. Sexually transmitted viral infections; 35. Resurgent and emergent viral infections; 36. The laboratory diagnosis of viral infections; 37. Control of viral diseases by immunization; 38. Antiviral chemotherapy.
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