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Enteroviruses: Omics, Molecular Biology, and Control.


Enteroviruses: Omics, Molecular Biology, and Control

Edited by William T. Jackson and Carolyn B. Coyne

Caister Academic Press


155 pages



Researchers review some of the most active frontiers in the study of the 12 species of the genus Enterovirus, which by many accounts are responsible for more morbidity than any other viruses. They cover enteroviruses future, Enterovirus receptors and entry, hijacking host functions for translation and RNA replication by enteroviruses, the omics of rhinoviruses, viral population dynamics and sequence space, Enterovirus control of cytoplasmic RNA granules, the autophagic pathway and Enterovirus infection, and the lipid blueprints of replicating viral genomes. Distributed in the US by Book Systems Plus. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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