DNA Tumor Viruses

  • James Pipas
  • Blossom Damania

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvi
  2. Ellen Fanning, Xiaorong Zhao, Xiaohua Jiang
    Pages 1-24
  3. Dweepanita Das, Michael J. Imperiale
    Pages 25-52
  4. Jaime M. Kean, Robert L. Garcea
    Pages 53-74
  5. Cary A. Moody, Laimonis A. Laimins
    Pages 75-104
  6. Kimberly Johung, Daniel DiMaio
    Pages 105-126
  7. Hans-Ulrich Bernard
    Pages 127-143
  8. Patrick Hearing
    Pages 145-162
  9. Subhash C. Verma, Qiliang Cai, Bharat G. Bajaj, Erle S. Robertson
    Pages 163-203
  10. Rosemary Rochford
    Pages 205-215
  11. Joseph S. Pagano
    Pages 217-240
  12. Jeffery T. Sample, Elessa M. Marendy, David J. Hughes, Clare E. Sample
    Pages 241-258
  13. Sankar Swaminathan, Shannon Kenney
    Pages 285-315
  14. Eric Johannsen, Michael Calderwood, Myung-Soo Kang, Bo Zhao, Daniel Portal, Elliott Kieff
    Pages 317-353
  15. Richard Longnecker, Lindsey Hutt-Fletcher, Theodore Jardetzky
    Pages 355-378
  16. Leslie E. Huye, Cliona M. Rooney
    Pages 379-401
  17. Gary S. Hayward, Denise Whitby
    Pages 403-439
  18. Dirk P. Dittmer
    Pages 495-520
  19. Silke Hartmann, Thomas F. Schulz, John Nicholas
    Pages 555-582
  20. Bala Chandran, Neelam Sharma-Walia
    Pages 583-609
  21. Chengyu Liang, Hyera Lee, Liguo Wu, Pinghui Feng, Jae U. Jung
    Pages 611-644
  22. Christopher S. Sullivan, Bryan R. Cullen
    Pages 645-682
  23. William J. Harrington, Charles Wood, C. Wood
    Pages 683-702
  24. Ilhem Messaoudi, Blossom Damania, Scott W. Wong
    Pages 703-733
  25. Back Matter
    Pages 777-794

About this book


The DNA tumor viruses are central to many branches of molecular and cellular biology. This very diverse group of viruses attack common cellular pathways, which makes them powerful tools for understanding how multiple complex pathways are integrated. Additionally, the unique mechanisms employed by each viral system to alter cellular functions serve as powerful molecular probes for the identification of new targets and pathways. The scientific impact of the DNA tumor viruses extends far beyond their etiologic role in human cancers, or their contributions to our basic understanding of the cellular pathways that drive tumorigenesis. Currently, research on these viruses lies at the interface of cancer and the innate and adaptive immune response, investigating how infectious agents influence, evade, and utilize systems that regulate these processes. Thus, DNA tumor viruses serve as models for the systems biology of host-pathogen interactions.

"DNA Tumor Viruses," edited by Blossom Damania and James M. Pipas, summarizes recent advances in our understanding of this diverse and fascinating collection of viruses.


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  • James Pipas
  • Blossom Damania

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