"provides an up-to-date, if rather dry, account of this family of viruses covering all six genera and six isolates awaiting official classification. For each virus there is a keen focus on evolution, phylogenetics, epidemiology and methods for limiting morbidity and mortality ... of particular interest to those individuals who are intimately involved with these viruses and those who are joining the field, for whom it would make an excellent resource." from Edward Wright (University of Westminster, UK) writing in Microbiology Today (2013) read more ...
Rhabdoviruses: Molecular Taxonomy, Evolution, Genomics, Ecology, Host-Vector Interactions, Cytopathology and Control
Edited by: Ralf G. Dietzgen and Ivan V. Kuzmin"an excellent resource" (Microbiol. Today)
Publisher: Caister Academic Press
Publication Date: September 2012