By Arie J. Zuckerman
Chapter 1 Diagnostic methods (pages 1–27): Katie Jeffery and Emma Aarons
Chapter 2 Viral Transmission: an infection bought by means of the Blood?Borne direction (pages 29–41): Will Irving
Chapter three Viral Transmission: an infection got by way of All different Routes (Respiratory, Eye–Nose–Mouth, Inoculation and Faeco?Orally) (pages 43–68): Philip Rice
Chapter four rising Virus Infections (pages 69–79): Brian W. J. Mahy
Chapter five Vaccinology (pages 81–93): Francis E. Andre and Hugues H. Bogaerts
Chapter 6 Herpes Simplex Virus kind 1 and sort 2 (pages 95–131): Marianne Forsgren and Paul E. Klapper
Chapter 7 Varicella Zoster (pages 133–160): Judith Breuer
Chapter eight Cytomegalovirus (pages 161–197): Paul D. Griffiths
Chapter nine Epstein–Barr Virus (pages 199–221): Tanzina Haque and Dorothy H. Crawford
Chapter 10 Roseoloviruses: Human Herpesviruses 6A, 6B and seven (pages 223–244): Katherine N. Ward and Duncan A. Clark
Chapter eleven Kaposi's Sarcoma?Associated Herpesvirus (Human Herpesvirus eight) (pages 245–272): Cornelia Henke?Gendo, Abel Viejo?Borbolla and Thomas F. Schulz
Chapter 12 Hepatitis Viruses (pages 273–320): Tim J. Harrison, Geoffrey M. Dusheiko and Arie J. Zuckerman
Chapter thirteen GB Virus C (GBV?C) and Torque Teno Virus (TTV) (pages 321–336): Shigeo Hino
Chapter 14 Rotaviruses (pages 337–353): Ulrich Desselberger and Jim Gray
Chapter 15 Viruses except Rotaviruses linked to Acute Diarrhoeal affliction (pages 355–372): Jim grey and Ulrich Desselberger
Chapter sixteen Influenza (pages 373–408): Maria Zambon and Chris W. Potter
Chapter 17 Parainfluenza Viruses (pages 409–439): Stelios Psarras, Nikolaos G. Papadopoulos and Sebastian L. Johnston
Chapter 18 breathing Syncytial Virus (pages 441–461): Caroline Breese Hall
Chapter 19 Adenoviruses (pages 463–488): Marcela Echavarria
Chapter 20 Rhinoviruses (pages 489–510): Nikolaos G. Papadopoulos, Maria Xatzipsalti and Sebastian L. Johnston
Chapter 21 Coronaviruses and Toroviruses (pages 511–531): J. S. Malik Peiris and L. L. M. Poon
Chapter 22 Measles Virus (pages 533–559): Sibylle Schneider?Schaulies and Volker ter Meulen
Chapter 23 Rubella (pages 561–592): Jennifer M. most sensible, Joseph P. Icenogle and David W. G. Brown
Chapter 24 Mumps (pages 593–600): Pauli Leinikki
Chapter 25 Enteroviruses (pages 601–624): Philip D. Minor and Peter Muir
Chapter 26 Poxviruses (pages 625–642): Peter B. Jahrling
Chapter 27 Alphaviruses (pages 643–668): Graham Lloyd
Chapter 28 Flaviviruses (pages 669–698): Barry D. Schoub and Marietjie Venter
Chapter 29 Bunyaviridae (pages 699–731): Robert Swanepoel and Felicity J. Burt
Chapter 30 Arenaviruses (pages 733–754): Colin R. Howard
Chapter 31 Filoviruses (pages 755–775): Susan P. Fisher?Hoch
Chapter 32 Rabies and different Lyssavirus Infections (pages 777–806): Mary J. Warrell
Chapter 33 Papillomaviruses (pages 807–822): Dennis McCance
Chapter 34 The Human Polyomaviruses (pages 823–851): Kristina Dorries
Chapter 35 Human Parvoviruses (pages 853–867): Kevin E. Brown
Chapter 36 Human Retroviruses (pages 869–873): Robin A. Weiss
Chapter 37 The Human T?Lymphotropic Viruses (pages 875–896): Graham P. Taylor
Chapter 38 Human Immunodeficiency Viruses (pages 897–938): Deenan Pillay, Anna Maria Geretti and Robin A. Weiss
Chapter 39 Human Prion illnesses (pages 939–968): John Collinge
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