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The Molecular Epidemiology of Human Viruses

  • Thomas Leitner

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vii
  2. Introduction to Molecular Epidemiology

    1. Thomas Leitner
      Pages 1-9
    2. Deirdre O’Meara, Joakim Lundeberg
      Pages 11-24
    3. Keith A. Crandall, David Posada
      Pages 25-40
    4. Bette Korber, Carla Kuiken
      Pages 41-64
  3. Application of Genetic Methods to Investigate Virus Spread

    1. Elizabeth Bailes, Roy R. Chaudhuri, Mario L. Santiago, Frederic Bibollet-Ruche, Beatrice H. Hahn, Paul M. Sharp
      Pages 65-96
    2. Paolo M. de A. Zanotto, Ernie A. Gould
      Pages 167-195
    3. Alexandra Cochrane, Peter Simmonds
      Pages 197-216
    4. Thomas G. Fanning, Ann H. Reid, Thomas A. Janczewski, Jeffery K. Taubenberger
      Pages 217-235
    5. Claude P. Muller, Mick. N. Mulders
      Pages 237-272
    6. James E. Childs, John W. Krebs, Jean S. Smith
      Pages 273-312
    7. Christian Mittelholzer, Lennart Svensson
      Pages 313-327
    8. Patricia A. Cane
      Pages 329-350
    9. Åke Lundkvist, Alexander Plyusnin
      Pages 351-384
    10. Remi N. Charrel, Xavier de Lamballerie
      Pages 385-404
    11. Jane N. Zuckerman, Arie J. Zuckerman
      Pages 405-417
  4. Back Matter
    Pages 439-444

About this book

Introduction

Advances in DNA sequencing and phylogenetic inference have created powerful methods to investigate many dangerous human viruses. The Molecular Epidemiology Of Viruses provides a comprehensive introduction to the use of genetic methods in molecular epidemiology and in-depth examples of analyses from many viruses.

This book is of interest to researchers in the fields of infectious disease, virology, microbiology, evolutionary biology, epidemiology and molecular biology as well as anyone interested in tracking the spread of disease.

Keywords

AIDS Epidemiological Epidemiology HIV Pandemic Influenza Public Health arenaviruses infection infections infectious infectious disease molecular epidemiology virus

Editors and affiliations

  • Thomas Leitner
    • 1
  1. 1.Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease ControlSolnaSweden

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