Pneumoviruses and Metapneumoviruses
by H.F. Rosenberg, J.B. Domachowske
Publisher: MDPI AG 2013
Number of pages: 325
This volume of Viruses includes seventeen independent contributions that focus on the biology of pneumovirus and metapneumovirus respiratory virus pathogens. As a group, these are all pathogens of the family Paramyxoviridae, which are enveloped viruses with non-segmented single stranded RNA genomes that cause acute infections of the upper and lower respiratory tract.
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