The Biochemistry of Poliomyelitis Viruses deals with the interrelationships and differences of positions in the field of poliomyelitis research.
This volume presents a general introduction to viruses as to their descriptions and biological, biochemical, and epidemiological aspects. Clinical poliomyelitis, test measurements in the cerebrospinal fluid, and the actions of the poliomyelitis virus are explained. The isolation of the poliomyelitis virus and some aspects of its immunology and serology through refinements of serologic tools and special techniques, plus the state of poliovirus purification, are noted. This book also gives assumptions about the virus' synthetic activities in vivo based on experiments conducted in other viral diseases other than the polio virus. This text also notes that important discoveries such as those made by Gierer and Schramm or Fraenkel-Conrat provide updated poliomyelitis research. Other research studies are taken into consideration and emphasis is given to the biochemical concept of the polio infection and the related features induced during infection such as the presence of tumors. The most promising trend in research is in the study of enzymes of infected cells leading to an understanding of the biochemistry of viral diseases. The use of inference microscopy and X-ray analysis of cell mass is recommended.
This book will prove invaluable for microbiologists, disease investigators, clinical workers, and research scientists.
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|Size: ||36.3 MB|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781483150338 (DRM-PDF)|
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