In Loeffler's Footsteps - Viral Genomics in the Era of High-Throughput Sequencing, Vol 99. Advances in Virus Research

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  • 270 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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In Loeffler's Footsteps - Viral Genomics in the Era of High-Throughput Sequencing, Volume 99, the latest in the Advances in Virus Research series, contains new information on the topic, with chapters covering Loeffler 4.0 - diagnostic metagenomics, Detection of a novel orthobunyavirus by metagenomic analysis - the situation after five years, New Squirrel and Rodent Viruses Detected by NGS, Astroviridae - A Growing Family, New Leaves in the Growing Pestivirus Tree, New BTV Serotypes and no End?, and The recently discovered Bokeloh Bat Lyssavirus - Evidence for its continued transmission in Europe.

First published in 1953, this series covers a diverse range of in-depth reviews, providing a valuable overview of the current field of virology. The series is a valuable resource for information on all topics of virus research, from bacteriophages to human viruses, with this volume focusing on genomics.

  • Contains contributions from leading authorities
  • Informs and updates on all the latest developments in the field
  • Features a diverse range of virology topics
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  1. From Loeffler to the present
    a short history of virus detection
    Thomas Christoph Mettenleiter
  2. Loeffler 4.0
    diagnostic metagenomics
    Dirk Höper and Martin Beer
  3. Detection of a novel orthobunyavirus by metagenomic analysis
    the situation after five years
    Kerstin Wernike
  4. New Squirrel and Rodent Viruses Detected by NGS
    Rainer Ulrich
  5. Astroviridae
    A Growing Family
    Torsten Seuberlich
  6. New Leaves in the Growing Pestivirus Tree
    Sandra Blome
  7. New BTV Serotypes and no End?
    Stephan Zientara
  8. The recently discovered Bokeloh Bat Lyssavirus
    Evidence for its continued transmission in Europe
    Thomas Müller and Conrad Freuling
  9. Software dedicated to virus sequence analysis - "bioinformatics goes viral”
    Manja Marz
  10. Detailed characterization: Transcriptome analysis of virus infections
    Adam Grundhoff
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