Research Advances in Rabies: Volume 79
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Research Advances in Rabies: Volume 79

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Volume 79 of Advances in Virus Research focuses on developments surrounding rabies, an ancient disease that remains a prominent public health problem for humans. This volume highlights important research advances extending from our understanding of how the rabies virus replicates and assembles to how the disease can be prevented and treated in humans and how rabies can be controlled in wildlife hosts. Experts in the field provide insightful and up-to-date chapters that summarize our current state of knowledge in diverse aspects of this very interesting and important viral disease.
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  • Hardback | 486 pages
  • 160.02 x 233.68 x 30.48mm | 907.18g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • New
  • 0123870402
  • 9780123870407

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"A mandatory purchase for all types of comprehensive libraries, both public and university, as well as for those interested in or doing research in the field of virology."- MILITARY MEDICINE "This serial...is well known to virologists. It is a valuable aid in maintaining an overview of various facets of the rapidly expanding fields of virology...Timely, informative, and useful to the student, teacher, and research scientist."--AMERICAN SCIENTIST
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Table of contents

Rabies Virus Transcription and Replication Aurelie A. V. Albertini, Rob W. H. Ruigrok and Danielle Blondel
Rabies Virus Assembly and Budding Atsushi Okumura and Ronald N. Harty
Evasive strategies in rabies virus infection A.C Jackson
Rabies virus clearance from the central nervous system D. Craig Hooper, Anirban Roy, Darryll A. Barkhouse, Jianwei Li, Rhonda B. Kean
Role of chemokines in rabies pathogenesis and protection Xuefeng Niu, Hualei Wang, Zhen F. Fu
Interferon in rabies virus infection Martina Rieder and Karl-Klaus Conzelmann
The role of Toll-like receptors in the induction of immune responses during rabies virus infection Jianwei Li, Milosz Faber, Bernhard Dietzschold and D. Craig Hooper
Role of Oxidative Stress in Rabies Virus Infection Alan C. Jackson, Wafa Kammouni and Paul Fernyhough
Rabies virus as a research tool and viral vaccine vector Emily A. Gomme, Celestine N. Wanjalla, Christoph Wirblich and Matthias J. Schnell
Rabies Virus as a transneuronal tracer of neuronal connections Gabriella Ugolini
Molecular phylogenetics of the Lyssaviruses - insights from a coalescent approach Susan A. Nadin-Davis and Leslie A. Real
Bats and lyssaviruses Ashley C Banyard, David Hayman, Nicholas Johnson, Lorraine McElhinney and Anthony R. Fooks
Post-Exposure Prophylaxis for Rabies in Resource Limited/Poor Countries Prapimporn Shantavasinkul and Henry Wilde
Neuroimaging in Rabies Jiraporn Laothamatas, Witaya Sungkarat, Thiravat Hemachudha
Rabies virus infection and microRNAs Nipan Israsena, Aekkapol Mahavihakanont and Thiravat Hemachudha
Design of Future Rabies Biologics and Antiviral Drugs Todd G Smith, Xianfu Wu, Richard Franka, and Charles Rupprecht
Therapy of Human Rabies Alan C. Jackson
Mathematical Models for Rabies Vijay G. Panjeti and Leslie A. Real
Evolution of Wildlife Rabies Control Tactics Rick Rosatte
Understanding effects of barriers on the spread and control of rabies Erin E. Rees, Bruce A. Pond, Rowland R. Tinline and Denise Belanger
Rabies Research In Resource - Poor Countries Henry Wilde MD and Boonlert Lumlertdacha
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About Alan C. Jackson

Dr. Jackson is Professor of Medicine (Neurology) and of Medical Microbiology and also Head of the Section of Neurology at University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He graduated from Queen's University with BA and MD degrees. He completed an internship in internal medicine at University of Southern California, residencies in internal medicine at Queen's University and in neurology at the University of Western Ontario, and a fellowship in neurovirology at The Johns Hopkins University with Drs. Richard Johnson and Diane Griffin. Dr. Jackson held a faculty position at Queen's University from 1987 - 2007. He is on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of NeuroVirology and the Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. He is President of Rabies in the Americas, Inc. and is on the Board of Directors of the International Society for Neurovirology. Dr. Jackson is the principal investigator on research grants to study experimental aspects of rabies.
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