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Handbook of Filterable Viruses present a general survey of the filterable viruses, particularly those causing disease in man. This book is composed of eight chapters, and begins with an overview of the history and research works on filterable viruses. The next chapters describe the nature, cultivation, and methods of analysis of these viruses, as well as the epidemiology, immunity, and classification of infectious diseases caused by them. The remaining chapters explore the numerous diseases considered to be caused by filterable viruses. This book will prove useful to biochemists, bacteriologists, researchers, and students, as well as the general readers who are interested in disease-causing viruses.
Chapter I. Historical Outline
Chapter II. The Nature of Filterable Viruses
Chapter III. Cultivation and Microscopy
Chapter IV. Epidemiology and Immunity
Chapter V. Classification
Chapter VI. Diseases Considered to Be Caused by Filterable Viruses
Chapter VII. Diseases Probably Caused by Filterable Viruses
Chapter VIII. Diseases Possibly Caused by Filterable Viruses
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1934
- 1st January 1934
- eBook ISBN:
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