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Virus Research

Who needs Stephen King when there are such real-life horrors as those described in Dr. Frank Ryan's new book, Virus X to keep sleep at bay? Such exotic killers as Ebola and Necrotizing Fasciitis rub elbows with more familiar, if no less potentially lethal, diseases like tuberculosis as Dr. Ryan constructs a well-researched and well-written study that reads more like a thriller than a science book.

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Virus Ground Zero: Stalking the Killer Viruses With the Center for Disease Control

Virus Ground Zero:
Stalking the Killer Viruses With the
Center for Disease Control
by Edward Regis   Paperback (1998)

An acclaimed science writer takes readers behind the scenes at the Centers for Disease Control to tell the story of an engrossing odyssey across the viral frontier.

Virus X: Tracking the New Killer Plagues Out of the Present and into the Future

Virus X:
Tracking the New Killer Plagues
Out of the Present and into the Future
by Frank Ryan   Hardcover (1997)

Who needs Stephen King when there are such real-life horrors as those described in Dr. Frank Ryan's new book, Virus X to keep sleep at bay? Such exotic killers as Ebola and Necrotizing Fasciitis rub elbows with more familiar, if no less potentially lethal, diseases like tuberculosis as Dr. Ryan constructs a well-researched and well-written study that reads more like a thriller than a science book. The heroes are the doctors, nurses, and patients on the frontlines of plague as well as the researchers at laboratories such as the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia; the enemies are the myriad new viruses and virulent new strains of old viruses that are emerging in ever greater numbers as this century wears to a close.

Advances in Virus Research
by Karl Maramorosch, Frederick Murphy, Aaron Shatkin
Hardcover Vol 46 (1996)

Presents nine articles reflecting current research in virology. Considers analysis of antiviral activity spectra of compounds; regulation of interferon-induced antiviral actions; HIV vaccines; synthetic peptides as diagnostic tools; virus infection of polarized epithelial cells; pathogenesis of viral demyelination; reovirus receptors; biology of Coxsackie A virus; and pathophysiology of rabies virus infection of the nervous system. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

Advances in Virus Research
by Karl Maramorosch, Frederick Murphy, Aaron Shatkin
Hardcover Vol 51 (1998)
Antiviral Therapy
(Medical Perspectives Series)
by E. Blair, M. Tisdale
Paperback - 11997 pages (1998)

Persistent Viral Infections

Persistent Viral Infections
by Irvin Chen, Rafi Ahmed   Hardcover (1999)

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