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  1. Virology: Principles and Applications by Dr John Carter, Prof Venetia Saunders, 2007-08-15
  2. Principles of Virology (2 Volume Set) by S. Jane Flint, L. W. Enquist, et all 2009-01-31
  3. Principles of Molecular Virology (Standard Edition), Fourth Edition (Cann, Principles of Molecular Virology) by Alan J. Cann, 2005-08-09
  4. Fields Virology 2 volume set
  5. Fundamentals of Molecular Virology by Nicholas H. Acheson, 2006-11-10
  6. Principles of Virology:Molecular Biology, Pathogenesis, and Control by L. W. Enquist, R. M. Krug, et all 1999-12
  7. Veterinary Virology, Third Edition by Frederick A. Murphy, E. Paul J. Gibbs, et all 1999-10-29
  8. Principles of Virology: Molecular Biology, Pathogenesis, and Control of Animal Viruses by S. J. Flint, 2003
  9. Basic Virology by Edward K. Wagner, Martinez J. Hewlett, et all 2007-10-31
  10. Fundamental Virology
  11. Fenner's Veterinary Virology, Fourth Edition
  12. Emerging Topics in Physical Virology by Peter G. Stockley, 2010-03-17
  13. Principles of Virology, Vol. 1: Molecular Biology by S. Jane Flint, L. W. Enquist, et all 2008-12
  14. Introduction to Modern Virology (Dimmock, Introduction to Modern Virology) by Nigel Dimmock, Andrew Easton, et all 2007-01-22

1. All The Virology On The WWW
All the virology on the WWW is the best site on the net to find information about viruses, virology, microbiology and infectious disease.

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All the Virology on the WWW seeks to be the best single site for Virology information on the Internet. We have collected all the virology related Web sites that might be of interest to our fellow virologists, and others interested in learning more about viruses. Additionally, we have created an index to virus pictures on the web, The Big Picture Book of Viruses , which also functions as a resource for viral taxonomy. A collection of some of the best Online Virology and Microbiology Course Notes available can also be found here. If you're interested in even more information, we have The Virology Bookshop , an on-line microbiology and virology bookstore with a significant discount for our users. It is our hope that this site will provide both the professional virologist and the general public with access to information about viruses. Over the past several years, these pages have grown to encompass something of interest for everyone. The lists of virology related sites are divided into multiple pages, all of which are accessible from this page and from the more descriptive Complete Table of Contents . We even provide links to Virology Dictionaries if you're confused by some of this site's more technical content. These sites are listed without bias and with as much organization as we can muster.

2. ScienceDirect - Virology, Volume 376, Issue 1, Pages 1-252 (20 June 2008)
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3. Virology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
virology, often considered a part of microbiology or of pathology, is the study of biological viruses and viruslike agents their structure,
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Jump to: navigation search Virology , often considered a part of microbiology or of pathology , is the study of biological viruses and virus-like agents : their structure, classification and evolution, their ways to infect and exploit cells for virus reproduction, the diseases they cause, the techniques to isolate and culture them, and their potential uses in research and therapy.
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A major branch of virology is virus classification . Viruses can be classified according to the host cell they infect: animal viruses, plant viruses fungal viruses, and bacteriophages (viruses infecting bacteria , which include the most complex viruses). Another classification uses the geometrical shape of their capsid (often a helix or an icosahedron ) or the virus's structure (e.g. presence or absence a lipid envelope ). Viruses range in size from about 30 nm to about 450 nm , which means that most of them cannot be seen with light microscopes . The shape and structure of viruses can be studied with electron microscopy , with NMR spectroscopy , and most importantly with X-ray crystallography The most useful and most widely used classification system distinguishes viruses according to the type of nucleic acid they use as genetic material and the viral replication method they employ to coax host cells into producing more viruses:

4. Wong S Virology
This site contains notes on various aspects of virology. It is designed as a study aid for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
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5. Virology - Elsevier
This journal publishes the results of basic research in all branches of virology, including the viruses of vertebrates and invertebrates, plants, bacteria,
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Virology publishes the results of basic research in all branches of virology, including the viruses of vertebrates and invertebrates, plants, bacteria, and yeasts/fungi. The journal features articles on the nature of viruses, on the molecular biology of virus multiplication, on molecular pathogenesis, and on molecular aspects of the control and prevention of viral infections. The approaches and techniques used are expected to encompass those of many disciplines, including molecular genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry, biophysics, structural biology, cell biology, immunology, and morphology.
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6. Microbiology/Virology/Immunology/Bacteriology/Parasitology Text Book On-line
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7. The Journal Of Virology
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8. Virology Journal
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10. Welcome To PASCV, The Pan American Society For Clinical Virology
clinical and diagnostic virology professionals from North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean fostering new techniques, quality control,
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12. Virology Down Under
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Virology Down Under (VDU) is a suite of pages providing information about all sorts of human viruses. RNA viruses, DNA viruses, big viruses and small viruses. VDU also explores what makes viruses tick. We look at viral genes and how they function right through to the diseases viruses cause and what can be done to stop them. However, VDU is not just about viruses. We look at some of the other areas that are related to "Virology", the study of viruses. That's where Taxonomy and Haematology come in. These areas are helpful in characterising viruses and understanding some of the markers in our blood that can be used to detect active or past viral infection. Eventually there will be some immunology to help explain how such tiny things as viruses can have such a big impact on us. Right now, the DNA Down Under, PCR Down Under and a clinical section are the newest areas being developed so check them out as they grow and feel free to offer suggestions. for future content. About VDU Contact VDU
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13. Virology Lectures Index
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14. Institute For Molecular Virology
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16. Virology Jobs And Information
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Virology is the study of viruses and their roles in disease. Viruses are pathogens. Virology includes the study of the structure and function of viruses and of the diseases caused by virus infections. The emphasis is on the understanding these processes at the molecular level.
What is a Virologist and what do they do?
A virologist is a specialist in the field of Microbiology. Microbiology includes the study of all microorganisms. Virology focuses on viruses. Some virologists study the composition and function of newly discovered antiviral compounds. Much of the virologist’s work done is in the laboratory. Accuracy and attention to detail is essential. Excellent record-keeping is critical.
What qualifications do Virologists generally need?
A solid background in life science or biochemistry is very important. Masters level programs include coursework, lab study and research. This may be a 12 month program or longer. Research specialists are likely to have completed a Ph.D. level of education. There are many places to study virology at major universities in the United States, Australia, or Great Britain.

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18. Welcome To Bock Laboratories University Of Wisconsin-Madison | Robert M Bock Lab
after Bock s death in 1991, in recognition of his crucial role in the development of molecular biology and molecular virology at the University.
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Robert M. Bock received both his undergraduate and graduate training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Following receipt of his PhD. in 1952, he was appointed to the faculty and spent his entire academic career serving the University. He was professor of biochemistry and, from 1965 on, professor of molecular biology as well. In addition to his own research contributions to biochemistry and molecular biology, he served these sciences by training graduate students. He directed the thesis research of masters and PhD. candidates in biochemistry and continued to maintain an active laboratory and to train graduates students after he became Dean of the Graduate School in 1967. He served as Dean until his retirement in 1989. var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www."); document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));

19. Influenza Report 2006 | Virology Of Human Influenza
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Virology of Human Influenza Human influenza viruses are members of the orthomyxovirus family, which consists of the genera: influenza A, B, and C virus, and Thogovirus (in ticks). In humans, only influenza A and B viruses are of epidemiological interest. The main antigenic determinants of influenza A and B viruses are the haemagglutinin (H or HA) and neuraminidase (N or NA) transmembrane glycoproteins. Based on the antigenicity of these glycoproteins, influenza A viruses are further subdivided into sixteen H (H1-H16) and nine N (N1-N9) subtypes. The full nomenclature for influenza virus isolates requires connotation of the influenza virus type (A or B), the host species (omitted if human in origin), the geographical site, serial number, year of isolation, and lastly, the H and N variants in brackets, for example: A/goose/Guangdong/1/96 (H5N1). Influenza viruses are usually transmitted via air droplets, and subsequently contaminate the mucosa of the respiratory tract. They are able to penetrate the mucin layer of the outer surface of the respiratory tract, entering respiratory epithelial cells, as well as other cell types. Replication is very quick: after only 6 hours the first influenza viruses are shed from infected cells. Part of the viral proteins, such as the fusion peptide and NS2, act as toxins to promote the production of influenza virus. Rapid bacterial growth, most commonly

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