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Viral gastroenteritis

Author: U Desselberger; J Gray
Publisher: Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier, 2003.
Series: Perspectives in medical virology, v. 9.
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Viruses are increasingly recognised as the cause of acute gastroenteritis in man, particularly in children. This book provides overviews and updates on current issues relating to basic research, clinical diagnosis, immunology, epidemiology, treatment and prevention of infections with gastroenteritis viruses. Data are presented and interpreted by leading research groups in 33 chapters spread over 6 sections. The book  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Viral gastroenteritis (print)
(DLC) 2004270922
(OCoLC)52620524
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: U Desselberger; J Gray
ISBN: 0444514449 9780444514448
OCLC Number: 63128378
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Part 1 Viral gastroenteritis: causes, pathophysiology, immunology, treatment and epidemiology.; viral causes of gastroenteritis, U.D. Parashar, R.I. Glass; physiology and pathophysiology of the gut in relation to viral diarrhea, F. Michelangeli, M.C. Ruiz; the enteric nervous system and infectious diarrhea, O. Lundgren, L. Svensson; mmunology of the gut, P. Brandtzaeg, F.-E. Johansen; treatment of viral gastroenteritis, D. Bass. Part 2 Rotaviruses: structural organization of the genome in rotavirus, J.B. Pesavento, M.K. Estes, B.V.V. Prasad; the three-dimensional structure of rotavirus VP6, F.A. Rey, J. Lepault, J. Cohen; attachment and post-attachment receptors for rotavirus, S. L pez, C.F. Arias; rotavirus genome replication: role of the RNA-binding proteins, J.T. Patton, K. Kearney, Z. Taraporewala; translation of rotavirus mRNAs in the infected cell, D. Poncet; the rotavirus NSP4 enterotoxin: current status and challenges, M.K. Estes; interaction of the rotavirus nonstructural glycoprotein NSP4 with viral and cellular components, J.A. Taylor, A.R. Bellamy; effects of rotavirus infection on the structure and functions of intestinal cells, A.L. Servin; microarrays and host-virus interactions - a transcriptional analysis of Caco-2 cells following rotavirus infection, D.A. Feigelstock, M.A. Cuadras, H.B. Greenberg; the rat model of rotavirus infection, M. Ciarlet, M.E. Conner, M.K. Estes; human adaptive immunity to rotaviruses: A model of intestinal mucosal adaptive immunity, A.M. Gonzalez, M.C. Jaimes et al; molecular epidemiology of rotaviruses: Genetic mechanisms associated with diversity, M. Iturriza-G mara, U. Desselberger, J. Gray; current state of development of human rotavirus vaccines, P.A. Offit, H.F. Clark, R.L. Ward; rotavirus-like particle vaccines evaluated in a pig model of human rotavirus diarrhea and in cattle, L.-J. Yuan, L.J. Saif; DNA-based rotavirus vaccines, J.E. Herrmann. Part 3 Enteric Adenoviruses: aspects of the molecular biology of enteric adenoviruses, F. Stevenson, V. Mautner; epidemiology of enteric adenoviruses 40 and 41 and other adenoviruses in immunocompetent and immunodeficient individuals, J.C. de Jong. Part 4 Norwalk- and Sapporo-like viruses (human caliciviruses): structure of Norwalk virus - the prototype human calicivirus, A. Bertolotti-Ciarlet, R. Chen et al; feline calicivirus as a model for the study of calicivirus replication, S.V. Sosnovtsev, K.Y. Green; pathogenesis of enteric calicivirus infections, M.Z. Guo, L.J. Saif; development of serological and molecular tests for the diagnosis of calicivirus infections, X. Jiang; molecular epidemiology of human caliciviruses, M. Koopmans, E. van Strien, H. Vennema; calicivirus RNA recombination, D.O. Matson. Part 5 Astroviruses: studies on the molecular biology of human astrovirus, U. Geigenmuller, E. M ndez, S.M. Matsui; ribosomal frameshifting in astroviruses, I. Brierley, M. Vidakovic. (Part contents).
Series Title: Perspectives in medical virology, v. 9.
Responsibility: editors, U. Desselberger, J. Gray.

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Viruses are increasingly recognised as the cause of acute gastroenteritis in man, particularly in children. This book provides overviews on the issues relating to basic research, clinical diagnosis,  Read more...

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