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    Influenza Viruses - Facts and Perspectives (2007)

    Art
    Buchherausgeberschaft
    Herausgeber
    Schmidt, M. F. G.
    Quelle
    Berlin: Grosse, 2007 — 146 Seiten
    ISBN: 3-9810221-3-0
    Sprache
    Englisch
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    Abstract / Zusammenfassung

    This book includes most of the lectures held at the Berlin Influenza Conference, written by some of the leading virologists in the world. The articles are top class and up-to-date.

    Contents: Scholtissek?s 75th Birthday, Aspects of Protein Structures of Borna Disease Virus

    The Looming Danger: Avian influenza in wild birds

    The sialic acid binding activity of the porcine transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus (TGEV)

    Stability of the HA-Ectodomain

    Reverse Genetics with Influenza Viruses

    Rapid generation of influenza virus vaccines

    100 years of influenza history

    Influenza Pandemic Preparedness

    Proteolytic cleavage of the influenzavirus hemagglutinin and other viral glycoproteins

    The risk for a wirld-wide influenza pandemic is a national and international challenge

    Influenza viruses and MAP kinase cascades ? Novel targets for an antiviral intervention?
    Hemifusion Influenza Virus - Grafik Deutscher InfografikdienstLipid rafts in immune cell signalling and viral infection

    Receptor specificity, host range and cellular tropism of influenza viruses

    Influenza virus budding: the role of host and virus components

    Membrane accumulation and lipid-raft-association of influenza A virus hemagglutinin triggers signalling and nuclear export of the viral genome

    Glycosylation ? lessons from viruses and protozoa, Dissecting the influenza virus genome

    Molecular biology of the pathogenesis of Sendai virus host range mutant, F1-R, Recent structural studies of influenza haemmaglutinin

    A new approach of a live virus vaccine by modification of the cleavage site of the Influenza virus haemagglutinin by reverse genetics

    Cell entry of Influenza virus by membrane fusion

    The outbreak of H5N1 highly pathogenic avian Influenza in asia and pandemic preparedness

    Influenza ? The role of migrating birds in past and future influenza pandemics