DNA Virus Replication

Paperback | January 13, 2000

EditorAlan J. Cann

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DNA viruses have always been the most important model systems for eukaryotic DNA replication. Add to this the clinical significance of these human pathogens- 99% of the population of the world is infected with at least one of the viruses discussed in this volume (hepatitis B virus, EptsteinBarr virus or herpes simplex virus) - and it is difficult to overstate the importance of this group. What is clearly not possible is to summarize the enormous research effort involving these diverse viruses in a single volume and this is circumvented by concentrating on the theme of protein -protein interactions in DNA virus replication.

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DNA viruses have always been the most important model systems for eukaryotic DNA replication. Add to this the clinical significance of these human pathogens- 99% of the population of the world is infected with at least one of the viruses discussed in this volume (hepatitis B virus, EptsteinBarr virus or herpes simplex virus) - and it ...

Alan J. Cann is at University of Leicester.

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Format:PaperbackPublished:January 13, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199637121

ISBN - 13:9780199637126

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Macromolecular interactions in hepatitis B virus replication and particle assemblyProtein-Protein interactions in papillomavirus replicationMolecular interactions in herpes simplex virus DNA replicationEpstein-Barr virus proteins involved in cell immortalizationMolecular piracy by KSHV: a strategy of live and let liveCellular sites and mechanisms of human cytomegalovirus latencyControl of transcription by adenovirus-E1A proteinsAdenovirus proteins that regulate apoptosis

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" ... a very clear and concise overview of the literature in these specialist research areas" Journal Medical Microbiology