Download e-book for kindle: A dictionary of virology by Brian W.J. Mahy

By Brian W.J. Mahy

ISBN-10: 0124653278

ISBN-13: 9780124653276

Thoroughly revised and up-to-date take into consideration the hot taxonomy and grouping adjustments made through the foreign Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses of their eighth record, The Dictionary of Virology provides an authoritative and concise checklist of all viruses affecting vertebrate species, from people to fish.

  • Includes the hot viruses of clinical or veterinary value that experience emerged when you consider that 2001, akin to the recent human coronaviruses, SARS and NL63 and a brand new subtype of influenza (H1N2)
  • Includes new phrases in virology
  • Extensive cross-referencing and illustrative tables extra increase using this book

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The equilibrium depends upon parameters such as cations in the environment and covalent modifications of DNA. The B-DNA helix has two grooves (one major and one minor) as opposed to the Z-DNA helix which has only a single groove. Beak and feather disease virus (BFDV) A species in the genus Circovirus. Isolated from cockatoos with psittacine beak and feather disease. Causes chronic and often fatal disease in large psittacine birds. Niagro FD et al (1998) Arch Virol 143, 1723 Ritchie B et al (1989) Virology 171, 83 Todd D et al (1991) Arch Virol 117, 129 BeAn 157575 virus (BeAnV-157575) A tentative species in the genus Vesiculovirus.

Isolated from Culex annulirostris in eastern Queensland, Australia. Antibodies found in cattle, wallabies and kangaroos. Not known to cause disease in humans. Belterra virus (BELTV) A strain of Rift Valley fever virus in the genus Phlebovirus, belonging to the Rift Valley fever antigenic complex. Isolated from the rodents, Proechimys longicaudatus and nudicaudatus in Brazil. An arthropod vector has not been identified. Not known to cause disease in humans. Benevides virus (BENV) A species in the genus Bunyavirus, belonging to the Capim serogroup.

A defective parvovirus that accompanies most avian adenovirus infections in the field, and contaminates most laboratory strains. Some herpesviruses can also provide helper activity to AAAV. Virus is easily isolated from feces or intestinal epithelial cells. 43g/ml. No evidence of pathogenicity has been found, but the presence of AAAV appears to reduce the pathogenicity of avian adenoviruses for 1- to 5-day-old chicks. Humans who work closely with chickens frequently develop antibodies to AAAV, which presumably multiplies with the help of a human adenovirus.

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