Principles of Molecular Virology (Standard Edition)

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Elsevier, Aug 9, 2005 - Science - 352 pages
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Principles of Molecular Virology, Fourth Edition provides an essential introduction to modern virology in a clear and concise manner. It is a highly enjoyable and readable text with numerous illustrations that enhance the reader's understanding of important principles.
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Particles
Chapter 3 Genomes
Chapter 4 Replication
Chapter 5 Expression
Chapter 6 Infection
Chapter 7 Pathogenesis
Genomes Without Viruses Viruses Without Genomes
Appendix 1 Glossary And Abbreviations
Appendix 2 Classification of Subcellular Infectious Agents
Appendix 3 The History Of Virology

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Dr. Alan J. Cann has worked in both the U.K. and U.S.A. teaching undergraduate, postgraduate, and medical students. He is currently a Senior Lecturer in Biological Sciences at the University of Leicester where his research interests include pedagogic research and science communication.