Encyclopedia of Virology, 3rd edition (ScienceDirect)
- Coverage Dates: 2008
- Update Frequency: Annual
- Audience: Student, research
- The Encyclopedia of Virology presents information on animal, insect, plant, and bacterial viruses. Although it is not possible to cover all members of taxonomic families or genera, important examples of each are discussed by experts in those fields. Articles that address general subjects related to specific viruses or viral diseases help to synthesize the relevant biomedical and economic issues. The Encyclopedia will be of interest to researchers, clinical virologists, and students, as well as to scientists and educators in related fields.
A list of 'Further Reading' at the end of each entry, includes review articles and key papers. A cross-referencing 'Related Topics' section directs the reader to other entries within the encyclopedia which contain additional information.
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Database provider: Elsevier
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