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    NewCastle Disease (Developments in Veterinary Virology)
    by by Alexander, D. J.




    Pages: 396
    Publisher: --
    Edition: 1st., 1988
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    Developments in Veterinary Virology (Book 8)
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-0898383928

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    `The book is a must for all those interested in Newcastle disease, be it in the diagnosis and control of an economically important disease of poultry or as a useful laboratory model and Dr. Alexander and his contributors are to be congratulated.'
    J.K.A. Cook, The Veterinary Record, April 1989.

    Table of Contents

    1. Historical Aspects.-
    2. Newcastle Disease Virus — An Avian Paramyxovirus.-
    3. Virus Structure.-
    4. Newcastle Disease Virus Replication.-
    5. Molecular Cloning and Nucleotide Sequencing of Newcastle Disease Virus.-
    6. Molecular Basis of Infectivity and Pathogenicity of Newcastle Disease Virus.-
    7. Heterogeneity Within Strains of Newcastle Disease Virus: Key to Survival.-
    8. Monoclonal Antibodies in Research, Diagnosis and Epizootiology of Newcastle Disease.-
    9. Newcastle Disease Diagnosis.-
    10. Newcastle Disease.-
    11. Panzootic Newcastle Disease Virus in Pigeons.-
    12. Newcastle Disease in Free-Living and Pet Birds.-
    13. Geographical Distribution.-
    14. Newcastle Disease: Methods of Spread.-
    15. Newcastle Disease in Tropical and Developing Countries.-
    16. Newcastle Disease: Control Policies.-
    17. Control by Vaccination.-
    18. Newcastle Disease — Vaccine Production.-
    19. Quality Control of Vaccines.


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