4 edition of Emerging viruses found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Stephen S. Morse.|
|Contributions||Morse, Stephen S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 317 p. :|
|Number of Pages||317|
Emerging virus diseases are a major threat to human and veterinary public health. With new examples occurring approximately one each year, the majority are viruses originating from an animal host. Of the many factors responsible, changes to local ecosystems that perturb the balance between pathogen and principal host species is one of the major Cited by: The purpose of this review is to present some prominent recent examples of emerging and re-emerging RNA virus diseases (influenza, hantaviruses, Ebola virus, and Nipah virus) to try to convey a sense of the excitement within this field and the important advances coming about as new technologies are being applied to research the basic question Cited by:
Viruses and humankind: intracellular symbiosis and evolutionary competition / Joshua Lederberg --Examining the origins of emerging viruses / Stephen S. Morse --Viral emergence in historical context --Patterns of disease emergence in history / William H. McNeill --Influenza / Robert G. Webster --Emerging viruses in context: an overview of viral. This is the first book to focus on rapid viral evolution and emerging viruses. With such new diseases as AIDS and `mad cow' disease, the subject attracts immediate and widespread attention. Based on a symposium, this book has been edited to appeal to a fairly broad professional audience.
emerging viruses in epidemiology, a class of viruses that has long infected humans or animals but now has the opportunity to attain epidemic proportions due to human encroachment on tropic rainforests, increased international travel, burgeoning populations in less developed countries, and, possibly, mutations. Several viruses have been termed this way. Molecular Virology of Human Pathogenic Viruses presents robust coverage of the key principles of molecular virology while emphasizing virus family structure and providing key context points for topical advances in the field. The book is organized in a logical manner to aid in student discoverability and comprehension and is based on the author.
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This book is brimming with evidence pointing to the true origins of HIV/AIDS and Ebola. It takes the veil off of the mysterious virus that made its jump “from monkey to man,” as if. Uniquely written. Worth the investment of your time and by: 4. Leonard G.
Horowitz's national best-seller (that the New York Times refused to review) provides the first in-depth exploration into the origins of HIV and Ebola/5(11).
New epidemics such as AIDS and "mad cow" disease have dramatized the need to explore the factors underlying rapid viral evolution and emerging viruses. This comprehensive volume is the first to describe this multifaceted new field/5(7). Emerging Viruses. New epidemics such as AIDS and "mad cow" disease have dramatized the need to explore the factors underlying rapid viral evolution and emerging viruses.
This comprehensive volume. Emerging Viruses. New epidemics such as AIDS and "mad cow" disease have dramatized the need to explore the factors underlying rapid viral evolution and emerging viruses.
This comprehensive volume is the first to describe this multifaceted new field/5. Emerging viruses book In this book, specialists in 11 emerging zoonotic viruses present detailed information on each virus's structure, molecular biology, current geographic distribution, and method of transmission.
The book discusses the impact of virus emergence by considering the ratio of mortality, morbidity, and asymptomatic infection and assesses methods for predicting, monitoring, mitigating, and controlling viral disease emergence. This volume of Field’s Virology: Emerging Viruses, Seventh Edition covers recent changes in emerging viruses, providing new or extensively revised chapters that reflect these advances in this dynamic field.
Emerging Viruses in Human Populations provides a comprehensive review of viruses that are emerging or that threaten to emerge among human populations in the twenty-first century. It Emerging viruses book the apprehension over emerging viruses that has intensified due to concerns about bioterrorism.
Reading Emerging Viruses was for me like an initiation to pass through the fake world looking-glass in order to discover the reality of past, present and book is just a wonderful lamp, beside the Holy Bible in our chaotic world and its implications could bring you dozens of precious friends around the globe and even save your life/5(71).
Claims that "emerging viruses," AIDS, Ebola, herpes viruses, Epstein Barr, and the new flu viruses naturally evolved and then jumped species infect humanity seem grossly unfounded in light of the compelling evidence assembled in this monumental text.
Alternatively, the possibility that these bizarre germs were laboratory. Horowitz (public health author) presents thoroughly researched information in his exploration into the origins of the HIV and Ebola viruses. His bias toward the theory that HIV was introduced into the general population by vaccine experiments conducted in New York City and Africa, is apparent.
He generalizes from this thesis that the AIDS epidemic may have been deliberately 5/5(1). In considering the recent genesis of HIV and the Ebola viruses, Dr.
Horowitz's book has explored three areas of great general and scientific interest: 1) the history of intensive research into the viral causes of cancer wherein readers can become familiar with the many, now questionable, virus transmission experiments, 2) the CIA and Department of Defense efforts to develop and File Size: KB.
Leonard G. Horowitz Health professionals and those involved in infectious disease research will find Emerging Viruses startling: Harvard researcher Horowitz's studies gather evidence to conclude that AIDS and the Ebola viruses evolved during cancer virus experiments in which monkeys were infected with viral genes from other animals.
Emerging Viruses – AIDS – Ebola by Dr. Leonard Horowitz This is the first in-depth exploration into the origins of HIV and Ebola. Claims that these "emerging viruses" naturally evolved and then jumped species from ape to man seem grossly unfounded in light of the compelling evidence assembled in this extraordinary text.
Buy a cheap copy of Emerging Viruses: AIDS And Ebola: book by Leonard G. Horowitz. Leonard G. Horowitz's national best-seller (that the New York Times refused to review) provides the first in-depth exploration into the origins of HIV and Free shipping over $Cited by: 4.
Emerging infectious diseases: Focus on infection control issues for novel coronaviruses (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome-CoV and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome-CoV), hemorrhagic fever viruses (Lassa and Ebola), and highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses, A(H5N1) and A(H7N9).
Weber DJ, Rutala WA, Fischer WA, Kanamori H, Sickbert Author: Forum on Microbial Threats. Newly emerging viruses could be either a novel previously undescribed virus or a variant of a previously known virus.
Examples of the novel viruses include HIV, the Ebola virus, and SARS viruses. Variants of previously described viruses are also called “remerging viruses.”. English Horowitz (public health author) presents thoroughly researched information in his exploration into the origins of the HIV and Ebola viruses.
His bias toward the. First published in in hardcover by Farrar, Straus and Giroux, THE COMING PLAGUE: Newly Emerging Diseases in a World Out of Balance was a New York Times bestseller in Laurie Garrett researched and wrote THE COMING PLAGUE for ten years, starting in the mids when the very premise of the effort was highly n: The cause of the outbreak in Malaysia was found to be a previously unknown virus, named Nipah after the area where it was identified.
Nipah virus is part of the family of viruses called Paramyxoviridae, but researchers have found enough unique characteristics of Nipah and another virus, Hendra, to give them their own genus, e 90% of the infected people. Emerging and Re-emerging Coronaviruses.
Emerging seasonal and pandemic influenza infections. EV a major emerging threat to children in Asia. Drug Resistance and Novel Antimicrobial Agents. Tuberculosis (TB)- what is new. Hepatitis- updates from the classical emerging infections.
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Abstract. Emerging viruses are viruses that appear suddenly in the human population. These are viruses to which man has no history of exposure and thus no or limited immunity; they are not new evolutionary creations, but are viruses than man meets due to environmental changes, such as deforestation, entering into new habitats, or viruses that are .