Virus Culture: A Practical Approach by Alan CannVirus Culture: A Practical Approach by Alan Cann

Virus Culture: A Practical Approach

EditorAlan Cann

Paperback | August 15, 1999

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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 all those, whether in academic, industrial, or clinical research, involved in virus culture. The first chapter is an overview of cell culture techniquesessential for virologists. Other techniques then covered are isolating, identifying, concentrating, and purifying viruses. Electron Microscopy as applied to virology is also explained. Chapter 6 is about creating virus vaccines and chapters 7 and 8 cover antiserum production, monoclonal antibodiesand antiviral drug testing. The final chapter describes the methods used to study plant viruses.
Alan Cann is at University of Leicester.
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Title:Virus Culture: A Practical ApproachFormat:PaperbackPublished:August 15, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199637148

ISBN - 13:9780199637140

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Table of Contents

Preface1. Cell Culture2. Virus Isolation3. P.D. Minor: Concentration and Purification of Viruses4. J. J. Gray: Assays for Virus Infection5. H. R. Gelderblom and S. Biel: Electron Microscopy of Viruses6. R. Jennings and C. W. Potter: Virus Vaccines7. J. McKeating, C. Shotton and M. Valeri: Antiserum Production and Monoclonal Antibodies8. J.S. Oxford, L.S. Kelly, S. Davies and R. Lambkin: Antiviral Drug Testing9. E.P. Rybicki and S. Lennox: Plant Virus CultureIndex

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"Not the next stage in learning how to deal with people from a different culture, but a guide to growing viruses in order to conduct research in virology. Mostly British, with a German and a few South African, scientists detail the procedures for isolating, identifying, concentrating, and purifyingviruses. They also describe electron microscopy as applied to virology, the production of virus vaccines and antiserum, and testing antiviral drugs."--SciTech Book News