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by R. Swanstrom,P. K. Vogt

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  • ISBN 0387518959
  • ISBN13 978-0387518954
  • Language English
  • Author R. Swanstrom,P. K. Vogt
  • Publisher Springer Verlag; 1 edition (October 1, 1990)
  • Pages 292
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  • Category Medicine
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Ronald Swanstrom, Peter K. Among the first diseases for which a viral etiology was esta- blished were tumors, lymphomas, and sarcomas in chickens, shown by Ellermann and Bang (1908) and Rous (1910) to be transmissible with cell-free filtrates. The broad significance of these discoveries was not fully recognized at first, mainly because chickens were perceived as too distanly related to humans to provide useful and relevant models for human disease.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The genome of retroviruses contains three major coding regions for virion proteins, gag, pol and env. Gag encompasses information for nonglycosylated viral proteins that form the matrix.

Initial interactions between HCV virions and hepatocytes are required for productive viral infection and initiation of the viral life cycle. Furthermore, HCV entry contributes to the tissue tropism and species specificity of this virus

Initial interactions between HCV virions and hepatocytes are required for productive viral infection and initiation of the viral life cycle. Furthermore, HCV entry contributes to the tissue tropism and species specificity of this virus. The elucidation of these interactions is critical, not only to understand the pathogenesis of HCV infection, but also to design efficient antiviral strategies and a vaccine

Retroviruses have complex replication strategies. Many cause diseases of major importance to humans and domestic animals. Both cellular and viral proteins are involved in complex pathways regulating virus replication.

Retroviruses have complex replication strategies. The lentiviruses cause important chronic diseases in sheep, goats, and horses, and this subfamily also includes the etiological agent of human acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. The spumaviruses are not pathogenic and are recognized only when they are found in cultured cells. As explained in Chapter 12, tumor virologists use the vernacular term retrovirus to refer to the members of the family Retroviridae with which they work.