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Immunopathology, Vol 107. Advances in Virus Research

  • ID: 4991135
  • Book
  • July 2020
  • 428 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Immunopathology, Volume 107 in the Advances in Virus Research series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters. Each chapter is written by an international board of authors.

Viral Immunopathology will cover how the immune system, innate or adaptive, is often at the root of viral pathogenesis. This is true in diverse host systems including vertebrates, plants and insects. This volume will present the latest findings in this interesting and important area of research, and will include human, plant, fish, and insect viruses. Different kingdoms have evolved very diverse immune responses to virus infection but the common theme - namely, that effects of viruses on host immune systems can condition the induction of viral disease - will unify this concept across kingdoms.

  • The immune system is often responsible for virus pathology
  • Plants, animals and insects all mount immune responses to virus infection that can increase pathology
  • Both innate and adaptive immune responses can result in immunopathology

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- Viral and subviral derived small RNAs as pathogenic determinants in plants and insects

Paola Leonetti, Pascal Miesen, Ronald P. van Rij and Vitantonio Pantaleo

- Hijacking of host cellular components as proviral factors by plant-infecting viruses

Kiwamu Hyodo and Tetsuro Okuno

- Modulation of disease severity by plant positive-strand RNA viruses: The complex interplay of multifunctional viral proteins, subviral RNAs and virus-associated RNAs with plant signaling pathways and defense responses

Hélène Sanfaçon

- Host protein chaperones, RNA helicases and the ubiquitin network highlight the arms race for resources between tombusviruses and their hosts

Peter D. Nagy

- Update on immunopathology of bornavirus infections in humans and animals

Daniel Nobach, Jana Müller, Dennis Tappe and Christiane Herden

- Immunopathology of Zika virus infection

Derek J. Platt and Jonathan J. Miner

- One hundred years of (influenza) immunopathology

David F. Boyd, Taylor L. Wilson and Paul G. Thomas

- Immunopathology and immune homeostasis during viral infection in insects

Andrea González-González and Marta L Wayne

- Immunopathogenesis of alphaviruses

Victoria K. Baxter and Mark T. Heise

- Reverse genetic systems: Rational design of coronavirus live attenuated vaccines with immune sequelae

Zhiqian Ma, Zhiwei Li, Linfang Dong, Ting Yang and Shuqi Xiao
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