5 edition of Nidoviruses found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Stanley Perlman, Thomas Gallagher, Eric J. Snijder|
|Contributions||Perlman, Stanley, Gallagher, Thomas, 1956-, Snijder, Eric J|
|LC Classifications||QR403 .N53 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 433 p. :|
|Number of Pages||433|
|LC Control Number||2007030717|
The Nidoviruses 作者: Perlman, Stanley (EDT)/ Holmes, Kathryn (EDT) 出版社: Springer Verlag 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ 装帧: HRD ISBN: Nidovirales is an order of is carried by animals and humans. The order includes the families Coronaviridae, Arteriviridae, Roniviridae, and Mesoniviridae.. Nidoviruses are enveloped positive-sense single-stranded RNA name comes from the Latin word nidus, meaning nest, as all viruses in this order produce a 3' co-terminal nested set of subgenomic mRNAs during infection.
The Nidoviruses: The Control of SARS and other Nidovirus Diseases. Subcellular localization of SARS-CoV structural proteins () Book Chapters. Perlman, Stanley, Holmes, Kathryn V, White, T C (Author),Hogue, Brenda G (Corresponding Author). The Nidoviruses: The Control of . Welcome to XIVth International Nidovirus Symposium (Nido) June , Kansas City Marriott Downtown - Kansas City. See photos from the symposium in our new Photo Gallery. The International Nidovirus Symposium is a prominent scientific meeting that focuses on a unique group of viruses infecting a wide range of animal species and humans.
In The Nidoviruses: Toward Control of SARS and other Nidovirus Diseases (pp. ). (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology; Vol. ). (Advances in . A norovirus causes inflammation of the stomach and intestines, also known as gastroenteritis. Often referred to as “stomach flu,” this infection is the most common cause of gastroenteritis in the United States – causing diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, fatigue and mild fever in more than 20 million people each year.
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"The book is a treasure for details on various replication functions as well as virus-cell interactions, pathogenesis and vaccine development. The quality of the presentations is excellent.5/5(1). "The book is a treasure for details on various replication functions as well as virus-cell interactions, pathogenesis and vaccine development.
The quality of the presentations is excellent.5/5(1). This volume is based on Nidoviruses book 10th International Nidovirus Symposium: Towards Control of SARS and other Nidovirus Diseases. The volume includes articles by all of the major contributors to this burgeoning area of research which summarize the work presented at Price: $ Nidoviruses is the first volume to cover Nidoviruses book entire nidovirus order, including arteriviruses, toroviruses, roniviruses, and several recently identified human coronaviruses.
An Introduction to Nidoviruses / Stuart Siddell and Eric J. Snijder --Genomics and Evolution of Nidovirales / Alexander E. Gorbalenya --Nidovirus Genome Organization and Expression Mechanisms / Paul Britton and Dave Cavanagh --Genetics and Reverse Genetics of Nidoviruses / Damon J.
Deming and Ralph S. Baric --Coronavirus Replicative Proteins / John Ziebuhr --The Arterivirus Nidoviruses book /. Nidoviruses is the first volume to cover the entire nidovirus order, including arteriviruses, toroviruses, roniviruses, and several recently identified human coronaviruses.
Nidoviruses synthesizes the most recent research on the basic microbiology of nidoviruses, their. This book summarizes the keynote and plenary speeches and posters of the Xth International Nidovirus Symposium: Toward Control of SARS and Other Nidovirus Diseases"e; that was held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, JuneThe nine previous meetings of scientists investigating the molecular biology and pathogenesis of coronaviruses, toroviruses, arteriviruses, and okaviruses were.
Buy Nidoviruses 1 by Stanley Perlman, Stanley Perlman, Thomas Gallagher, Eric Snijder (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The order Nidovirales includes the families Coronaviridae, Roniviridae, and Arteriviridae (Figure 1).The Coronaviridae comprises two well-established genera, Coronavirus and Torovirus, and a tentative new genus, Arteriviridae and Roniviridae include only one genus each, Arterivirus and Okavirus, nidoviruses have single-stranded RNA genomes of positive.
In the International Committee for Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) recognized the name Nidovirales, as the formal name for Coronaviridae and A rteriviridae. In recognition of this change, and in response to the wishes of our colleagues we named this meeting for the first time "The International Symposium of Nidoviruses".
This book summarizes the keynote and plenary speeches and posters of the Xth International Nidovirus Symposium: Toward Control of SARS and Other Nidovirus Diseases” that was held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 25–30, (Nido) in The Netherlands, because of the tremendously increased research on nidoviruses that resulted.
About this book This book summarizes the keynote and plenary speeches and posters of the Xth International Nidovirus Symposium: Toward Control of SARS and Other Nidovirus Diseases” that was held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 25–30, The nidoviruses genome is an infectious, linear, positive sense RNA molecule, which is capped and polyadenylated.
Based on the genome size, two groups – large and small nidoviruses – can be dis. The Nidoviruses | This volume is based on the 10th International Nidovirus Symposium: Towards Control of SARS and other Nidovirus Diseases. The volume includes articles by all of the major contributors to this burgeoning area of research which summarize the work presented at the meeting.
About this book In recognition of this change, and in response to the wishes of our colleagues we named this meeting for the first time "The International Symposium of Nidoviruses".
The meeting in the wooded environment of Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania, provided a stimulating opportunity for assessing the progress made in the field since the last meeting in Segovia Spain in Nidoviruses excite interest for two main reasons.
First, nidovirus infections are often associated with severe disease. Second, among the RNA viruses, the nidoviruses exhibit extraordinary genetic complexity. This chapter provides an introduction to nidoviruses. "Proceedings of the Xth International Symposium on Nidoviruses "Towards Control of SARS and other Nidovirus Diseases," held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, June"--T.p.
verso Includes bibliographical references and indexPages: Nidoviruses II This second volume of the Special Issue on Nidoviruses is a continuation of the first volume published in December Both issues contain a selection of papers presented in the “XIII th INTERNATIONAL NIDOVIRUS SYMPOSIUM”, held in Salamanca, Spain, on June 1 st -6 th, Abstract Nidoviruses are a group of positive‐sense, enveloped RNA viruses that infect a variety of vertebrates.
They are associated with both overt and asymptomatic diseases in their natural hosts. Nidoviruses - Ziebuhr - - Major Reference Works - Wiley Online Library. Nidoviruses summarizes current information about a somewhat obscure but increasingly relevant group of viruses that contain the coronaviruses that infect humans, including the virus that causes the.
A distinct clade of nidoviruses now classified as belonging to the suborder Tornidovirineae family Tobaniviridae began with the discovery of novel nidoviruses in pythons, marking the first example.The order Nidovirales comprises enveloped, positive-sense, ssRNA viruses that share similar genome organization, homology in the replicase polyprotein, and a unique replication strategy (deGroot et al., a; Gorbalenya et al., ).The genomic architecture of nidoviruses is characterized by two large, partially overlapping ORFs, ORF1a and ORF1b, that encode components of the viral replicase.
The identification of nidoviruses in a very large number of mammalian species (39, 52, 59, 67) as well as in invertebrates and fish (this study) suggests that nidoviruses, which in several respects are distinct from the huge variety of plus-strand RNA viruses, have managed to adapt to a remarkable diversity of biological niches.