Published: August 2002
...This refreshing volume, edited by C.W. Potter, offers personalized accounts by some of the key players in influenza research of what has been done in the past 50 years and what the prospects are for developing therapeutic agents and better vaccines in the future. Two chapters devoted to influenza virus structure and replication give an overview of virus entry, assembly and release, as well as of some aspects of host cell-virus interactions. This volume offers many interesting perspectives and is a welcome addition to the scientific literature on influenza. It is highly recommended to anyone who wants a better understanding of the virus, the disease it causes and the prospects for better vaccines and therapeutic agents.
M.H.V. van Regenmortel, Archives of Virology
...I can thoroughly recommend it both as a snapshot of current virology and clinical management of influenza, and as a reference source for the most serious delver into medical science.
J. Oxford, The Lancet: Infectious Diseases