By Allan Granoff, Robert G. Webster
Lately, growth within the box of virology has complicated at an extraordinary price. matters resembling AIDS have introduced the topic firmly into the general public area and its learn is not any longer constrained exclusively to expert groups.
The Encyclopedia of Virology is the biggest unmarried reference resource of present virological wisdom. it's also the 1st to collect all points of the topic for a wide selection of readers. particular in its use of concise 'mini-review' articles, the fabric covers organic, molecular, and scientific subject matters touching on viruses in animals, crops, micro organism, and insects.
More basic articles specialise in the results of viruses at the immune process, the position of viruses in sickness, oncology, gene remedy, and evolution, plus a variety of comparable topics.
Drawing at the most recent examine, the editors have produced the definitive resource for either professional and basic readers. Easy-to-use and meticulously equipped, the Encyclopedia of Virology clarifies and illuminates essentially the most advanced components of latest examine. it is going to end up a useful addition to libraries, universities, scientific and nursing colleges, and learn associations round the world.
The moment version has been completely up-to-date with nearly forty new articles. This version contains extra illustrations and colour plates in every one quantity.
* up-to-date completely with nearly forty new articles
* offers extra illustrations than the 1st variation, with colour plates in each one volume
* includes a entire topic index in each one volume
* offers additional examining lists on the finish of every access, permitting easy accessibility to the first literature
* huge cross-referencing method hyperlinks all comparable articles
* includes the newest details of specific viruses defined on the seventh overseas Committee on Taxonomy and class of Viruses
* presents the power to go looking for entries alphabetically or through the taxonomical listings to entry articles of other viruses
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