Prazo de entrega entre 3 a 4 semanas.
O recebimento de encomendas internacionais está sujeito a procedimentos aduaneiros e isto pode causar atrasos além do tempo estimado de entrega.
Author(s): David M. Knipe , Peter Howley
Publication Date: Jun 17, 2013
Trim Size: 8.375 x 10.875
Pages: 2664Pub Date: Jun 17, 2013
Fields Virology is the authoritative reference book for virology, providing definitive coverage of all aspects of virology, including thorough coverage of virus biology as well as replication and medical aspects of specific virus families. With the regular outbreaks of influenza, noroviruses as well as other emerging and re-emerging viruses it is essential to have the most up-to-date information available.With this Sixth Edition, all chapters have been completely updated, an important new emphasis has been placed on virus discovery and emerging viruses. Viruses associated with cancer, including the new human polyomaviruses, are highlighted in this Sixth Edition and new chapters have been added on circoviruses and mimiviruses. While the main focus of this edition continues to be on viruses, information on prions and the infectious spongiform encephalopathies are also included.
• 2-volume set
• Full color throughout with over 1,000 illustrations in total and most chapters provide key figures for use as lecture slides
• Online companion website with fully searchable text, all references linked to PubMed and additional material not found in the print for access to content anytime
• New coverage of emerging and viruses, including those causing influenza and HIV
• Updated coverage of viruses and cancer
• Coverage includes virus structure, virus entry, replication, and assembly, virus-host cell interactions, host immune responses and vaccines, antiviral therapeutics, virus evolution and immunization
• Thorough coverage of all viruses of medical importance, including both basic science and clinical features
• New chapters on circoviruses and mimiviruses and a new section on Chikungunya virus have been added
• Important advances in antivirals, including new HCV protease inhibitors and HIV integrase inhibitors
Table of contents
SECTION I: GENERAL VIROLOGY Â 1 History of Virology Lynn W. Enquist and Vincent R. Racaniello Â 2 Principles of Virology Richard C. Condit Â 3 Principles of Virus Structure Stephen C. Harrison Â 4 Virus Entry and Uncoating Ari Helenius Â 5 Virus Replication Strategies Sean Whelan Â 6 Virus Assembly Eric Hunter Â 7 Viruses, Cell Transformation, and Cancer Daniel DiMaio and Hung Fan Â 8 Innate Responses to Viral Infections Akiko Iwasaki and Ruslan Medzhitov Â 9 Adaptive Immune Response to Viral Infections Thomas J. Braciale, Young S. Hahn, and Dennis R. Burton Â 10 Pathogenesis of Viral Infections Mark T. Heise and Herbert W. Virgin Â 11 Virus Evolution Edward C. Holmes Â 12 Epidemiology Â 13 Antiviral Agents Donald M. Coen and Douglas D. Richman Â 14 Immunization Against Viral Diseases Barney S. Graham, James E. Crowe, Jr., and Julie E. Ledgerwood Â 15 Diagnostic Virology and Virus Discovery Gregory A. Storch and David Wang Â SECTION II: SPECIFIC VIRUS FAMILIES Â Picornaviridae Â 16 Picornaviridae: The Viruses and Their Replication Vincent R. Racaniello Â 17 Enteroviruses Authors to come Â 18 Rhinoviruses James E. Gern and Ann C. Palmenberg Â 19 Hepatitis A Virus F. Blaine Hollinger and Annette Martin Â Calciviridae Â 20 Caliciviridae: The Noroviruses Kim Y. Green Â Astroviridae Â 21 Astroviruses Ernesto M\u00e9ndez and Carlos F. Arias Â Togaviridae Â 22 Togaviridae Richard J. Kuhn Â 23 Alphaviruses Diane E. Griffin Â 24 Rubella Virus Tom Hobman Â Flaviviridae Â 25 Flaviviridae Brett D. Lindenbach, Catherine L. Murray, Heinz-J\u00fcrgen Thiel, and Charles M. Rice Â 26 Flaviviruses Theodore C. Pierson and Michael S. Diamond Â 27 Hepatitis C Virus Stuart C. Ray, Justin R. Bailey, and David L. Thomas Â Coronoviridae Â 28 Coronaviridae Paul S. Masters and Stanley Perlman Â Arteriviridae Â 29 Arteriviruses Eric J. Snijder and Marjolein Kikkert Â Order Mononegavirales Â 30 Mononegavirales Robert A. Lamb Â Rhabdoviridae Â 31 Rhabdoviridae Douglas S. Lyles, Ivan V. Kuzmin, and Charles E. Rupprecht Â Filoviridae Â 32 Filoviridae: Marburg and Ebola Viruses Heinz Feldmann, Anthony Sanchez, and Thomas W. Geisbert Â Paramyxoviridae Â 33 Paramyxoviridae Robert A. Lamb and Griffith D. Parks Â 34 Parainfluenza Viruses Ruth A. Karron and Peter L. Collins Â 35 Mumps Virus Steven Rubin, Christian Sauder, and Kathryn Carbone Â 36 Measles Virus Diane E. Griffin Â 37 Henipaviruses Lin-Fa Wang, John S. Mackenzie, and Christopher C. Broder Â 38 Respiratory Syncytial Virus and Metapneumovirus Peter L. Collins and Ruth A. Karron Â Bornaviridae Â 39 Bornaviridae Christiane Herden, Thomas Briese, W. Ian Lipkin, and J\u00fcrgen A. Richt Â Orthomyxoviridae Â 40 Orthomyxoviridae Megan L. Shaw and Peter Palese Â 41 Orthomyxoviruses Peter F. Wright, Gabriele Neumann, and Yoshihiro Kawaoka Â Bunyaviridae Â 42 Bunyaviridae Richard M. Elliott and Connie S. Schmaljohn Â Arenaviridae Â 43 Arenaviridae Authors to come Â Reoviridae Â 44 Orthoreoviruses Terence S. Dermody, John Parker, and Barbara Sherry Â 45 Rotaviruses Mary K. Estes and Harry B. Greenberg Â 46 Orbiviruses Polly Roy Â Retroviridae Â 47 Retroviridae Stephen P. Goff Â 48 Human T Cell Leukemia Virus Types 1 and 2 Masahiro Fujii and Masao Matsuoka Â 49 Human Immunodeficiency Viruses: Replication Â 50 HIV-1: Pathogenesis, Clinical Manifestations, and Treatment Daniel R. Kuritzkes and Richard A. Koup Â 51 Nonhuman Lentiviruses David T. Evans, John H. Elder, and Ronald C. Desrosiers Â 52 Foamy Viruses Axel Rethwilm and Dirk Lindemann Â Polyomaviridae Â 53 Polyomaviruses James A. DeCaprio, Michael J. Imperiale, Eugene O. Major Â Papillomaviridae Â 54 Papillomaviruses Peter M. Howley, John C. Schiller, and Douglas R. Lowy Â Adenoviridae Â 55 Adenoviridae Arnold J. Berk Â 56 Adenoviruses William S. M. Wold and Michael G. Ison Â Parvoviridae Â 57 Parvoviridae Kenneth I. Berns and Colin R. Parrish Â Circoviridae Â 58 Circoviridae Xiang-Jin Meng Â Herpesviridae Â 59 Herpesviridae Philip E. Pellett and Bernard Roizman Â 60 Herpes Simplex Viruses Bernard Roizman, David M. Knipe, and Richard J. Whitley Â 61 Epstein-Barr Virus/Replication and Epstein-Barr Virus Richard Longnecker, Elliott Kieff, and Jeffrey I. Cohen Â 62 Cytomegaloviruses Edward S. Mocarski, Jr, Thomas Shenk, Paul Griffiths, and Robert F. Pass Â 63 Varicella-Zoster Virus Ann M. Arvin and Don Gilden Ann M. Arvin and Don Gilden Â 64 Human Herpesvirus 6 and 7 Koichi Yamanishi, Yasuko Mori, and Philip E. Pellett Â 65 Kaposiâ€™s Sarcoma–Associated Herpesvirus Blossom Damania and Ethel Cesarman Â Poxviridae Â 66 Poxviridae Bernard Moss Â 67 Poxviruses Inger K. Damon Â Hepadnaviridae Â 68 Hepadnaviruses Cristoph Seeger, Fabien Zoulim, and William S. Mason Â Genus Deltavirus Â 69 Hepatitis D John M. Taylor, Robert H. Purcell, and Patrizia Farci Â Hepeviridae Â 70 Hepatitis E Virus Suzanne U. Emerson and Robert H. Purcell Â Other Virus Groups Â 71 Mimi Viruses Philippe Colson and Didier Raoult Â 72 Plant Viruses W. Allen Miller and Steven A. Whitham Â 73 Insect Viruses Paul D. Friesen Â 74 Viruses and Prions of Yeasts, Fungi, and Unicellular Organisms Reed B. Wickner Â 75 Bacteriophages Roger W. Hendrix Â Unclassified Agents Â 76 Prions Stanley B. Prusiner