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Viruses of vertebrate


, : Viruses of vertebrate. Viruses of vertebrate 2nd ed xiii + 432p

This book presents a classification of viruses according to their properties and their reaction to one another. Viruses that affect man and other vertebrates are considered. The material is dealt with under 3 headings RNA, DNA, and unclassified viruses. Tables are included indicating provisional virus classification patho-genicity of A and B coxsackie viruses, miscellaneous A and B arbovi-ruses, myxo and paramyxo-viruses, and poxviruses. A subject index is included.

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