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Herpes Simplex and Pseudorabies Viruses

Author: A S Kaplan
Publisher: Vienna : Springer Vienna, 1969.
Series: Virology Monographs, Die Virusforschung in Einzeldarstellungen, 5; Virology Monographs, Die Virusforschung in Einzeldarstellungen, 5.
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The herpes group consists of viruses which have been placed together on the basis of a number of distinguishing features that they share in common (ANDRE WES, 1962). All these viruses are relatively large, possess identical morphological characteristics, contain DNA, and are extremely sensitive to inactivation by ether; these viruses are also assembled within the nucleus of the host cell and induce the formation of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: A S Kaplan
ISBN: 9783709182291 3709182298 9783709182314 370918231X
OCLC Number: 858941995
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Contents: I. Introduction --
II. History --
A. Herpes Simplex Virus --
B. Pseudorabies Virus --
III. Classification and Nomenclature --
IV. Properties of the Viruses --
A. Morphology --
B. Physical-chemical Structure --
C. Antigenic Structure --
D. Eesistance to Physical and Chemical Agents --
V. Cultivation --
A. Host Range --
B. Environmental Factors that Affect Virus Formation --
C. Virus Growth Cycle --
D. Plaque Formation --
VI. Cytopathogenicity --
A. Cross Cytopathology --
B. Intranuclear Alterations --
C. Chromosomal Alterations --
VII. Metabolism of Infected Cells --
A. Technical Problems in the Chemical Analysis of Cells Infected with the Herpes Viruses --
B. DNA Synthesis --
C. RNA Synthesis --
D. Protein Synthesis --
E. Site of Synthesis of Viral Components --
F. Virus Assembly --
G. Enzymology of the Virus-infected Cells --
H. Control of the Infective Process --
I. Molecular Viral Chemotherapy --
VIII. Abortive Infection --
IX. Pathogenesis --
A. Susceptible Animals --
B. Influence of the Age of Animals on Pathogenicity of Herpes Simplex and Pseudorabies Viruses --
C. Dynamics of Development of Disease --
X. Variation --
A. Virulence and Cytopathogenicity --
B. Conditional Lethal Mutants --
C. Drug-resistant Mutants --
XI. Immunity --
A. Active Immunization --
B. Passive Immunization --
C. Interference and Interferon --
XII. Essential Clinical Features --
A. Herpes Simplex Virus --
B. Pseudorabies Virus --
XIII. Pathology --
A. Herpes Simplex Virus --
B. Pseudorabies Virus --
XIV. Diagnosis --
A. Herpes Simplex Virus --
B. Pseudorabies Virus --
XV. Treatment --
XVI. Epidemiology --
A. Herpes Simplex Virus --
B. Pseudorabies Virus --
XVII. Latent and Persistent Virus --
XVIII. Abbreviations --
References.
Series Title: Virology Monographs, Die Virusforschung in Einzeldarstellungen, 5; Virology Monographs, Die Virusforschung in Einzeldarstellungen, 5.
Responsibility: by A.S. Kaplan.
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The herpes group consists of viruses which have been placed together on the basis of a number of distinguishing features that they share in common (ANDRE WES, 1962). All these viruses are relatively large, possess identical morphological characteristics, contain DNA, and are extremely sensitive to inactivation by ether; these viruses are also assembled within the nucleus of the host cell and induce the formation of eosinophilic intranuclear inclusions. The epidemiology of some of the best known viruses in this group (herpes simplex, pseudorabies, and B-virus) is also similar (BURNET et aI., 1939). Herpes simplex virus exists in the latent state in man, the natural host for this virus, and becomes overt in individuals subject to some form of stress; this condition appears to be paralleled by pseudorabies virus in its natural host, swine and by B-virus in monkeys. In each instance, transmission of the virus to a susceptible host other than the natural one results usually in marked symptoms and death. This chapter is confined to a description of herpes simplex and pseudorabies viruses; B-virus is described separately elsewhere in the Hand book. Since the clinical aspects of the diseases caused by herpes simplex virus and pseudorabies virus have been well described, greater emphasis will be placed, therefore, on the basic biological and biochemical properties of these viruses; their clinical features will be discussed only briefly.

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