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Vaccinia virus and poxvirology : methods and protocols, edited by Stuart N. Isaacs

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Vaccinia virus and poxvirology : methods and protocols
Title
Vaccinia virus and poxvirology
Title remainder
methods and protocols
Statement of responsibility
edited by Stuart N. Isaacs
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eng
Summary
Since the first edition of Vaccinia Virus and Poxvirology: Methods and Protocols was published, a number of important events related to poxvirology have occurred, such as FDA approval of a culture-based live smallpox vaccine and the vaccination of large numbers of U.S. military personnel and relatively large numbers of U.S. civilians. Novel anti-poxvirus therapeutics have been developed and have been used in emergency settings. The second edition of Vaccinia Virus and Poxvirology expands upon the previous edition with entirely new sets of protocols. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and key tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and practical, Vaccinia Virus and Poxvirology: Methods and Protocols, Second Edition seeks to aid scientists in continuing to study poxviruses using new tools and approaches
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HNC
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illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
English
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Methods in molecular biology,
Series volume
v. 890
Vaccinia virus and poxvirology : methods and protocols, edited by Stuart N. Isaacs
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Vaccinia virus and poxvirology : methods and protocols, edited by Stuart N. Isaacs
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"Nine years ago, the chapters for the first edition of Vaccinia Virus and Poxvirology were submitted for publication in the Methods in Molecular Biology Series. This second edition does not replace the first edition since essentially every chapter in this volume represents a protocol not covered in the first edition."--Page vii
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Isolation of recombinant MVA using F13L selection
  • Juana M. Sánchez-Puig, María M. Lorenzo, and Rafael Blasco
  • Screening for vaccinia virus egress inhibitors: separation of IMV, IEV, and EEV
  • Chelsea M. Byrd and Dennis E. Hruby
  • Imaging of vaccinia virus entry into HeLa cells
  • Cheng-Yen Huang and Wen Chang
  • New method for the assessment of Molluscum contagiosum virus infectivity
  • Subuhi Sherwani, Niamh Blythe, Laura Farleigh, and Joachim J. Bugert
  • An Intradermal model for vaccinia virus pathogenesis in mice
  • Leon C.W. Lin, Stewart A. Smith, and David C. Tscharke
  • Working safely with vaccinia virus: laboratory technique and review of published cases of accidental laboratory infections
  • Measurements of vaccinia virus dissemination using whole body imaging: approaches for predicting of lethality in challenge models and testing of vaccines and antiviral treatments
  • Marina Zaitseva, Senta Kapnick, and Hana Golding
  • Mousepox, a small animal model of smallpox
  • David Esteban, Scott Parker, Jill Schriewer, Hollyce Hartzler, and R. Mark Buller
  • Analyzing CD8 T cells in mouse models of poxvirus infection
  • Inge E.A. Flesch, Yik Chun Wong, and David C. Tscharke
  • Generation and characterization of monoclonal antibodies specific for vaccinia virus
  • Xiangzhi Meng and Yan Xiang
  • Bioinformatics for analysis of poxvirus genomes
  • Melissa Da Silva and Chris Upton
  • Stuart N. Isaacs
  • Antigen presentation assays to investigate uncharacterized immunoregulatory genes
  • Rachel L. Roper
  • Characterization of poxvirus-encoded proteins that regulate innate immune signaling pathways
  • Florentina Rus, Kayla Morlock, Neal Silverman, Ngoc Pham, Girish J. Kotwal, and William L. Marshall
  • Application of quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation monitoring technology for studying interactions of poxviral proteins with their ligands
  • Amod P. Kulkarni, Lauriston A. Kellaway, and Girish J. Kotwal
  • Central nervous system distribution of the poxviral proteins after intranasal administration of proteins and titering of vaccinia virus in the brain after intracranial administration
  • Amod P. Kulkarni, Dhirendra Govender, Lauriston A. Kellaway, and Girish J. Kotwal
  • In-Fusion® cloning with vaccinia virus DNA polymerase
  • Chad R. Irwin, Andrew Farmer, David O. Willer, and David H. Evans
  • Genetic manipulation of poxviruses using bacterial artificial chromosome recombineering
  • Matthew G. Cottingham
  • Easy and efficient protocols for working with recombinant Vaccinia virus MVA
  • Melanie Kremer, Asisa Volz, Joost H.C.M. Kreijtz, Robert Fux, Michael H. Lehmann, and Gerd Sutter
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Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 332 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781617798764
Lccn
2012937882
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations.
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remote

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