Immunochemistry Viruses (v. 1) download epub
by Van Regenmortel
eBook ISBN: 9780323156325. Imprint: Academic Press. The book includes a bibliography with 1,400 references and a list of all the plant viruses that have been studied by serology.
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The book includes a bibliography with 1,400 references and a list of all the plant viruses that have been studied by serology.
by: Van Regenmortel, . Publisher: Academic Press. Description: Serology and Immunochemistry of Plant Viruses. This book's format is not supported currently, please contact the publisher. Print ISBN: 9780127141800, 0127141804. eText ISBN: 9780127141800, 9780323156325, 0323156320. and Publisher Academic Press. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9780127141800, 9780323156325, 0323156320. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780127141800, 0127141804.
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Marc Van Regenmortel was a Professor of Virology at various Universities in South Africa (Stellenbosch and Cape Town) and France (Strasbourg), and was head of the Immunochemistry Laboratory at the CNRS Molecular Biology Institute in Strasbourg for 22 years
Marc Van Regenmortel was a Professor of Virology at various Universities in South Africa (Stellenbosch and Cape Town) and France (Strasbourg), and was head of the Immunochemistry Laboratory at the CNRS Molecular Biology Institute in Strasbourg for 22 years.
Genetic material of viruses and the different mechanisms used by viruses to infect and replicate in their host cells are highlighted. The volume is rounded out with an overview of some major groups of viruses with particular attention being given to our current knowledge of their molecular biology. The most comprehensive single-volume source providing an overview of virology to non-specialists.
Marc Hubert Victor van Regenmortel (born 6 December 1934) is a Belgian virologist known for his work on virus classification. After living in Brussels for the first two decades of his life, he moved to South Africa, where he earned his P. from the University of Cape Town in 1961.