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Reoviruses II [electronic resource] : Cytopathogenicity and Pathogenesis

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Reoviruses II [electronic resource] : Cytopathogenicity and Pathogenesis
Original Title Reoviruses II [electronic resource] : Cytopathogenicity and Pathogenesis
Author Tyler, Kenneth L, Oldstone, Michael B. A
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Topics Medicine, Microbiology, Medical virology, Medical virology, Medicine, Microbiology
Publisher Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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Reoviruses II: Cytopathogenicity and PathogenesisAuthor: Kenneth L. Tyler M.D., Michael B. A. Oldstone M.D. Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-642-72097-0 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-72095-6Table of Contents:Molecular Mechanisms of Persistent Infection by Reovirus
Apoptosis and the Cytopathic Effects of Reovirus
Pathogenesis of Reovirus Myocarditis
Pathogenesis of Reovirus Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Disease
Reovirus and Endocrine Cells
Pathogenesis of Reovirus Infections of the Central Nervous System
Reoviruses and the Interferon System
Cellular and Humoral Immunity to Reovirus Infection
Mucosal Immunity to Reovirus InfectionMolecular Mechanisms of Persistent Infection by Reovirus — Apoptosis and the Cytopathic Effects of Reovirus — Pathogenesis of Reovirus Myocarditis — Pathogenesis of Reovirus Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Disease — Reovirus and Endocrine Cells — Pathogenesis of Reovirus Infections of the Central Nervous System — Reovirus and the Interferon System — Cellular and Humoral Immunity to Reovirus Infection — Mucosal Immunity to Reovirus InfectionReoviruses are one of the most important viral groups for understanding the molecular and genetic basis for viral pathogenesis. These two volumes cover virtually all aspects of reovirus biology. Volume I begins with a review of reovirus structure, further chapters deal with functions of the reovirus structural proteins, the assembly of the genome, and reovirus mutants. Volume II reviews general mechanisms of reovirus persistent infection and cytopathic effects, and then discusses reovirus-induced disease in specific organ systems including the heart, nervous and endocrine systems, liver and biliary system, and intestine. Together, these two volumes provide a current and comprehensive review of the mammalian reoviruses
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