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immunological reactions of the filterable viruses

Burnet, F. M. Sir

immunological reactions of the filterable viruses

by Burnet, F. M. Sir

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Published by University in Adelaide .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Immunology,
  • Viruses

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKeogh, E. V,, Lush, Dora,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR181 B94
    The Physical Object
    Pagination227-368p.
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16880455M

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Immunological reactions of the filterable viruses by Burnet, F. M. Sir Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper, of pages, constitutes a general review of the literature concerning the reactions between viruses (including plant viruses and bacteriophages) and their homologous antisera. It was undertaken primarily in connexion with the authors' own studies on those viruses that produce discrete pocks on the chorio-allantoic membrane of the developing by: A Text-Book of Medical Bacteriology provides information pertinent to the medical aspects of bacteriology.

This book presents the biological relationship of allied organisms. Organized into three parts encompassing 37 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the salient features of. Handbook of Filterable Viruses present a general survey of the filterable viruses, particularly those causing disease in man.

This book is composed of eight chapters, and begins with an overview of the history and research works on filterable viruses.

A Text-Book of Bacteriology. Book • 9th Edition • Authors: however, from the ordinary immunological reactions in that the reaction can only be demonstrated in the living tissues and, also, in that the resistance of susceptible individuals is not apparently increased by the injection of the foreign substance, but the tissues are.

A Model for Neutralization of Viruses Based on Antibody Coating of the Virion Surface. Book. Full-text available. Immunological reactions of filterable viruses, Australian. Article. Bacterial Viruses (Bacteriophages) this book reconstructs how the former physicist initiated his work in phage biology and achieved his landmark investigation.

Immunological reactions of. The Immunological Reactions of the Filterable Viruses. By F. Burnet, E. Keogh, and Dora Lush. (Pp. ; 27 figures; 17 tables.

lOs.) London: H. Lewis and Co., Ltd. Burnet's contributions to the literature of filter-able viruses are both numerous andvaluable, and to these he has now added a monograph on the immunological.

Abstract. During the past decade, the concept of antibody affinity has been increasingly employed in the analysis of immunological phenomena, and it is now generally understood to be an essential element in developing molecular interpretations of immunological by:   Recent research has demonstrated that the successful use of nanometer-scaled material, such as nanoparticles, as medicines is often challenged by the host immune system.

Mechanisms of Cited by: 1. This chapter discusses the possible mechanisms of antibody-mediated neutralization of human rhinovirus to better understand how antibodies recognize their targets and neutralize viral infectivity. Understanding these fundamental processes is crucial for future vaccine development and new antibody therapeutics.

This is especially true for viruses like the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV Cited by: 5. Instead, they infect a host cell and use the host’s replication processes to produce progeny virus particles.

Viruses infect all forms of organisms including bacteria, archaea, fungi, plants, and animals. Living things grow, metabolize, and reproduce. Viruses replicate, but to do so, they are entirely dependent on their host cells.

I will discuss the research on filterable viruses with particular emphasis on influenza viruses, poxviruses, tobacco mosaic virus and bacteriophages. These agents form exemplary cases in the development of virus research in the twentieth century.

See, for instance, Wilkinson, L. Cited by: The significance of avidity in immunological reactions 1 September Antibodies Royal Society acknowledgment of the book Walter and Eliza Hall Institute Hanwritten Notes 'New Book', found in Autoimmunity and Autoimmune Desease.

98/4a Academy 'Diary' Includes correspondence, notes of interviews, meetings etc. 20mm. Viruses is an international peer-reviewed open access monthly journal published by MDPI.

Please visit the Instructions for Authors page before submitting a manuscript. The Article Processing Charge (APC) for publication in this open access journal is CHF (Swiss Francs). Virtually all Burnet's experimental work before was concerned with microbiology, mainly virology, but his interest in theoretical aspects of immunology was evident from early in his career, and was first expounded in a major review of the immunological reactions of viruses.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Rickard, E.R., M.P. Thigpen and J. Adams: Antibody response to strains of influ A and S influ viruses in the serum of infants experiencing their first infection.

The immunological reactions of the filterable viruses / by F.M. Burnet, E.V. Keogh, and Dora Lush Burnet, Macfarlane Sir, [ Book: ].

Learn microbiology lecture exam with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of microbiology lecture exam flashcards on Quizlet. By their very nature, great advances in immunology are usually underpinned by experiments carried out in animal models and inbred lines of mice.

Also, their corresponding knock-out or knock-in derivatives have been the most commonly used animal systems in immunological studies. With much credit to their usefulness, laboratory mice will never provide all the answers to fully understand Cited by: 1.

Furthermore, over a century ago, Peyton Rous through a series of careful and pioneering studies demonstrated that filterable viruses induce cancer; thus the establishment of the field of virology.

Later on inSir McFarland Burnet conceptualized the important theory of immune surveillance, the protection of body against all unwanted Cited by: 2.The flaviviruses are small single-stranded RNA viruses that are typically transmitted by mosquito or tick vectors. These “arboviruses” are found around the world and account for a significant number of cases of human disease.

The flaviviruses cause diseases ranging from mild or sub-clinical infections to lethal hemorrhagic fever or encephalitis. In many cases, survivors of neurologic Cited by: The virus theory of cancer still fails to command universal acceptance. Recent advances in virus research have, however, been fruitful in ideas and techniques applicable to the study of cancer.

As SYVERTON, J. T. and MCLAREN, L. C. noted at the symposium on Viruses and tumour Growth held in March,at Houston, Texas, and attended by leading investigators from the U.S.A.

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