Virus Culture: A Practical Approach

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Oxford University Press, 1999 - Science - 272 pages
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Virus Culture: A Practical Approach provides a broad treatment of the principles and practice of virus culture and will be of interest to al l those, whether in academic, industrial, or clinical research, involv ed in virus culture. The first chapter is an overview of cell culture techniques essential for virologists. Other techniques then covered ar e isolating, identifying, concentrating, and purifying viruses. Electr on Microscopy as applied to virology is also explained. Chapter 6 is a bout creating virus vaccines and chapters 7 and 8 cover antiserum prod uction, monoclonal antibodies and antiviral drug testing. The final ch apter describes the methods used to study plant viruses.

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Alan Cann is at University of Leicester.

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