Virally Infected Cells

  • J. R. Harris

Part of the Subcellular Biochemistry book series (SCBI, volume 15)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. E. Kurstak, R. Marusyk, A. Salmi, L. Babiuk, C. Kurstak, M. Van Regenmortel
    Pages 1-37
  3. Stefan Höglund, Kristian Dalsgaard, Karin Lövgren, Bo Sundquist, Ab Osterhaus, Bror Morein
    Pages 39-68
  4. Kazukiyo Onodera, Shin-ichi Ito, Kazuya Sasaki
    Pages 69-90
  5. Otto Schmidt, Imke Schuchmann-Feddersen
    Pages 91-119
  6. Abraham Karpas
    Pages 121-156
  7. Thomas Albrecht, I. Boldogh, M. Fons, C. H. Lee, S. AbuBakar, J. M. Russell et al.
    Pages 157-202
  8. D. S. Bowden, E. G. Westaway
    Pages 203-231
  9. Bryan T. Eaton, Alex D. Hyatt
    Pages 233-273
  10. Tatsuo Hase, Peter L. Summers, Kenneth H. Eckels, Joseph R. Putnak
    Pages 275-305
  11. Heiner Niemann, Thomas Mayer, Teruko Tamura
    Pages 307-365
  12. Hannele Sareneva, Marja Makarow
    Pages 367-404
  13. Hisatoshi Shida
    Pages 405-440
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 441-450

About this book


Cellular virology has made tremendous advances in the past decade due to the availability and application of new immunological techniques together with the vast range of biochemical techniques and the continued impact of transmission electron microscopy. The chapters contained in this volume provide significant coverage of the subject of cellular virology as a whole. Considerable overall emphasis is placed upon the membrane biochemistry of viral proteins and glycoproteins within the infected cell. In the opening chapter Edouard Kurstak and his colleagues provide a useful survey on the detection of viral antigens and antibodies by immunoassays. This chapter, with its emphasis on the important role of immunology in present-day virology, sets the scene for the volume. Following this is an exciting presentation from Stefan Hoglund and his colleagues on ISCOMs and immunostimulation with viral antigens. This unique approach is already proving to be of value, particularly in animal virology. A somewhat pharmacological diversion appears in Chapter 3, by Kazukiyo Onodera and his colleagues, in which the biological activity of the damavaricin C derivatives is discussed. This chapter provides a link between the biochemical and the chemotherapeutic approach in cellular virology. Yet another specialist area is covered in Chapter 4 by Otto Schmidt and hnke Schuchmann-Feddersen, who discuss the role of virus-like particles in para­ site-host interactions of insects. Contributing a strong biomedical emphasis to the volume is the provocative chapter by Abraham Karpas on human leukemia and retroviruses.


biochemistry biology insects protein proteins

Editors and affiliations

  • J. R. Harris
    • 1
  1. 1.North East Thames Regional Transfusion CentreBrentwood, EssexEngland

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media New York 1989
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4899-1677-8
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4899-1675-4
  • Series Print ISSN 0306-0225
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