Clinical Virology Manual by Steven C. Specter, Richard L. Hodinka, Danny L. Wiedbrauk,

By Steven C. Specter, Richard L. Hodinka, Danny L. Wiedbrauk, Stephen A. Young

A finished and up to date quantity for the scientific virologist.

  • Details laboratory techniques for detecting and dealing with viruses, from specimen requisites and caliber coverage to virus detection and id, from the basics throughout the newest molecular methods.
  • Presents the most up-tp-date wisdom at the wide variety of particular viral pathogens.
  • Includes info on companies supplied through federal and kingdom public healthiness virology laboratories.
  • Provides crucial details for clinicians and laboratory virologists.

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