Emergence and Control of Zoonotic Viral Encephalitides - Calisher, C. H. / Griffin, D. (Hgg.)
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In this period of obvious natural emergence of viral and other diseases, it is unclear as to what diseases are emerging, why they are emerging, and what, if anything, can be done to prevent or diminish their impact. This book, a compendium of presentations made at an international meeting of experts, provides summaries of areas of concern and details as to how disease agents such as Nipah and Hendra viruses in Australasia and West Nile virus in the Americas might have suddenly appeared. Either by alterations in natural habitats and diversity or by chance, pathogens emerge from time to time.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
In this period of obvious natural emergence of viral and other diseases, it is unclear as to what diseases are emerging, why they are emerging, and what, if anything, can be done to prevent or diminish their impact. This book, a compendium of presentations made at an international meeting of experts, provides summaries of areas of concern and details as to how disease agents such as Nipah and Hendra viruses in Australasia and West Nile virus in the Americas might have suddenly appeared. Either by alterations in natural habitats and diversity or by chance, pathogens emerge from time to time. This book addresses various aspects of such emergences, such as pathogenetic mechanisms of viruses, diagnosis of viral infections, viral host-management strategies, viral genetics, vaccine development and application. It is especially valuable for laboratory virologists, disease ecologists, physicians, and those who want to understand the complexities of viral characteristics.
  • Produktdetails
  • Archives of Virology Suppl.18
  • Verlag: Springer, Wien
  • 2004
  • Seitenzahl: 260
  • Erscheinungstermin: 23. März 2004
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 286mm x 215mm x 21mm
  • Gewicht: 880g
  • ISBN-13: 9783211204559
  • ISBN-10: 3211204555
  • Artikelnr.: 12587088
Inhaltsangabe
Childs, J. E.: Zoonotic viruses of wildlife: hither from yon
De Gourville, E., Dowdle,W. R.: The role of surveillance in polio eradication and identification of emerging viral encephalitis
Griffin, D. E., Byrnes, A. P., Cook, S. H.: Emergence and virulence of encephalitogenic arboviruses
Beasley, D.W. C., Davis, C. T., Whiteman, M., Granwehr, B., Kinney, R. M., Barrett, A. D. T.: Molecular determinants of virulence of West Nile virus in NorthAmerica
Weaver, S. C., Anishchenko, M., Bowen, R., Brault, A. C., Estrada-Franco, J. G., Fernandez, Z., Greene, I., Ortiz, D., Paessler, S., Powers, A. M.:
Genetic determinants of Venezuelan equine encephalitis emergence
Gould, E. A., Moss, S. R., Turner, S. L.: Evolution and dispersal of encephalitic flaviviruses
Lvov, D. K., Butenko, A. M., Gromashevsky, V. L., Kovtunov, A. I., Prilipov, A. G., Kinney, R., Aristova,V. A., Dzharkenov, A. F., Samokhvalov, E. I., Savage, H. M., Shchelkanov, M.Y., Galkina, I.V., Deryabin, P. G., Gubler,
D. J.,Kulikova, L. N., Alkhovsky, S. K., Moskvina, T. M., Zlobina, L. V., Sadykova, G. K., Shatalov, A. G., Lvov, D. N., Usachev, V. E., Voronina, A. G.: West Nile virus and other zoonotic viruses in Russia: examples of emerging-reemerging situations
Mackenzie, J. S., Field, H. E.: Emerging encephalitogenic viruses: lyssaviruses and henipaviruses transmitted by frugivorous bats
Field, H., Mackenzie, J., Daszak, P.: Novel viral encephalitides associated with bats (Chiroptera) - host management strategies
Eaton, B.T.,Wright,P. J.,Wang, L.-F., Sergeyev, O., Michalski,W.P., Bossart,
K. N., Broder, C. C.: Henipaviruses: recent observations on regulation of transcription and the nature of the cell receptor
Heinz, F. X., Stiasny, K.,Allison, S. L.: The entry machinery of flaviviruses
Frolov, I.: Persistent infection and suppression of host response by alphaviruses
Lafon, M.: Subversive neuroinvasive strategy of rabies virus
Solomon, T., Winter, P. M.: Neurovirulence and host factors in flavivirus encephalitis - evidence from clinical epidemiology
Irusta, P. M., Lamos, E., Galonek, H. L., Vander Maten, M. A., Boersma, M. C. H., Chen,Y.-B.,
Hardwick, J. M.: Regulation of apoptosis by viruses that infect insects
Fazakerley, J. K.: Semliki Forest virus infection of laboratory mice: a model to study the pathogenesis of viral encephalitis
Kofler, R. M., Heinz, F. X., Mandl, C.W.: A novel principle of attenuation for the development of new generation live flavivirus vaccines
Heinz, F. X., Kunz, C.: Tick-borne encephalitis and the impact of vaccination
Johnston, R. E., Davis, N. L.: Future vaccines against emerging encephalitides
Minke, J. M., Siger, L., Karaca, K., Austgen, L., Gordy, P., Bowen, R., Renshaw, R. W., Loosmore, S., Audonnet, J. C., Nordgren, B.: Recombinant canarypoxvirus vaccine carrying the prM/E genes ofWest Nile virus protects horses against aWest Nile virus-mosquito challenge
Vernet, G.: Diagnosis of zoonotic viral encephalitis