Epstein-Barr Virus and Human Disease · 1990
The Epstein-Barr virus continues to be the focus of much worldwide attention as a significant pathogen for a variety of human diseases, including certain types of cancer.
In the new Epstein-Barr Virus and Human Disease • 1990, special attention is given to investigations of the various genes responsible for the different manifestations caused by viral infection, as well as to promising new research that may yield clues to how cancer develops from a normal cell.
In the present volume, renowned experts from many countries offer up-to-date information and insights into the fast-paced field of EBV research, including:
• nasopharyngeal carcinoma • lymphoproliferative diseases • molecular aspects of EBV • molecular genetics of EBV • pathobiology of EBV-related diseases • immunology of EBV-related disorders • future trends in EBV research.
Epstein-Barr Virus and Human Disease • 1990 is an essential resource for everyone concerned with either the experimental or clinical aspects of EBV virology, immunology, pathology, molecular biology, oncology, and related fields.