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Retroviruses by John M. Coffin, Stephen H. Hughes, Harold E. Varmus

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Retroviruses
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Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0879694971
ISBN-13: 9780879694975
Number of pages: 843

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The first 10 chapters integrate state-of-the-art information on the various retroviruses, each directing substantial attention to HIV. The last two chapters are devoted exclusively to this pathogen: one deals with the pathogenesis of AIDS, and the other with the control of HIV infection. Each chapter can stand on its own and is preceded by an introduction written in clear, simple terms.

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