| abstract || Virus Understanding || 2010 |
Opening. Properties The life cycle of bacteriophage. The life cycles of viruses. The evolutionary origin of viruses. Viruses as pathogens. Methods of transmission of viral diseases.
| abstract || Some aspects of the chemistry of viruses. || 2010 |
The abstract contains general information about the chemistry of viruses: proteins, carbohydrates, enzymes, DNA and RNA. A list of the most known viral diseases is presented.
| abstract || Viruses. Features of ontogenesis and cycle of reproduction of DNA and RNA-containing viruses. || 2008 |
Features of ontogenesis and cycle of reproduction of DNA and RNA-containing viruses. Viruses, especially their structure and life. Classification. differences, structure, value.
| ON. Novikova || STORAGE AND IMPLEMENTATION OF GENETIC INFORMATION OF VIRUSES || 2007 |
| The manual sets out modern knowledge of the structural and molecular organization of the genomes of viruses and how to implement the underlying genetic information. Particular attention is paid to the consideration of the exchange of genetic information as the basis for the evolution of viruses. The manual is intended to improve the skills of teachers of biological faculties of classical universities, researchers, students, masters and graduate students studying molecular biology and virology. |
| I.V. Domaradsky || Basics of virology for ecologists || 2007 |
| The book attempts to outline the main aspects of virology. The main issues of the biology of viruses, as well as their relationships with representatives of the five kingdoms of living matter, are considered. The book is provided with a brief glossary. |
The book is designed for specialists of different profiles, interested in samples.
| Tashuta S.G. || Zalnna vіrusologіya || 2004 |
| Henry's office |
| abstract || History of virology || 2003 |
| BELARUSIAN STATE UNIVERSITY Faculty of Biology HISTORY OF VIRUSOLOGY. Student essay 3 courses |
| Zemlyansky O.A. || The program of intermediate certification of students in the disciplines of virology, microbiology, immunology || 2002 |
| The program is compiled in accordance with the State educational standard of higher vocational education. The program presents the topics necessary for studying: History of the development of the theory of viruses Systematics and nomenclature of viruses Structure of viruses Physiology and biochemistry of viruses Genetics of viruses Bacteria viruses (bacteriophages) The concept of "infectious process" The role of microorganisms in the infectious process Factors of pathogenicity of microorganisms Phases of the development of the infectious process Concept of pathogenesis of infectious diseases Immunology as a science about methods and mechanisms of protection against genetically alien substances in order to maintain homeostasis of -organisms immune system of the human body and its main functions of nonspecific factors of protection of the human body. Antigens and antibodies Specific forms of the immune response Immune phagocytosis and killer function of cells Hypersensitivity of the delayed type. Immediate hypersensitivity. Immunological tolerance Immunological memory Allergic reactions Allergic reactions of the humoral (immediate) type (types I-III, V) Allergic reactions of the cellular (delayed) type (type IV) Immunological reactions History of microbiology Systematics and nomenclature of microorganisms. Bacteria morphology Bacteria physiology Bacteria genetics Bacteria ecology Human microflora and its role Microbiological basis of antimicrobial prophylaxis and therapy Bacteria are causative agents of infectious diseases The third part presents exam questions. |
| H. V. Prozorkina, P. A. Rubashkina || Fundamentals of Microbiology, Virology and Immunology || 2002
| This manual has been developed in accordance with the current state of microbiological research methods and meets the requirements of the state educational standard in the subject “Fundamentals of microbiology, virology, immunology” for students of secondary specialized medical schools. All materials of the manual are combined by topic, at the end of each - questions for self-control, a list of practical skills are given. The manual used modern existing orders, instructions, GOSTs and other regulatory documentation. The manual is intended for students of secondary medical schools, and can also be used by nurses in their practice. |
| Associate Professor at the Department of Medical and Preventive Disciplines Zemlyansky OA || PROGRAM OF INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATION OF STUDENTS ON THE DISCIPLINE OF MICROBIOLOGY, VIROLOGY, IMMUNOLOGY || 2002 |
| The program is compiled in accordance with the State educational standard of higher vocational education. |
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