5 edition of The Natural history of rabies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, George M. Baer.|
|Contributions||Baer, George M.|
|LC Classifications||QR201.R3 N38 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||620 p. :|
|Number of Pages||620|
|LC Control Number||90002655|
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Natural History of Rabies, First Edition has been the principal worldwide reference since The new Second Edition has been completely updated, providing current information on this historically deadly by: The Natural History of Rabies, Volume I explores the fundamental aspects of the rabies virus, including its growth, latency, morphology, chemistry, physical characteristics, and relationships with other viruses.
It looks at the virus' The Natural history of rabies book vivo pathogenesis and pathology, from entrance to transmission in the central nervous system (CNS) and subsequent exit. Natural History of Rabies, First Edition has been the principal worldwide reference since The new Second Edition has been completely updated, providing current information on this historically deadly disease.
The Natural History of Rabies, Volume I explores the fundamental The Natural history of rabies book of the rabies virus, including its growth, latency, morphology, chemistry, physical characteristics, and relationships with other : George M.
Baer. The Natural History of Rabies, 2nd Edition. This book provides essential worldwide reference information regarding rabies The Natural history of rabies book public health officials, veterinarians, physicians, virologists, epidemiologists, infectious disease specialists, laboratory diagnosticians, and wildlife biologists.5/5(2).
The Natural History of Rabies - CRC Press Book This book provides essential worldwide reference information regarding rabies for public health officials, veterinarians, physicians, virologists, epidemiologists, infectious disease specialists, laboratory diagnosticians, and.
The Natural History of Rabies, Volume I explores the fundamental aspects of the rabies virus, including its growth, latency, morphology, chemistry, physical characteristics, and relationships with other viruses.
It looks at the virus' in vivo pathogenesis and pathology, from entrance to transmission in the central nervous system (CNS) and subsequent Edition: 2. History of rabies; The virus; Morphology and morphogenesis; Antigenic composition of rabies virus; Chemical composition and structure of rabies virus; Hemagglutinin of rabies virus; Passive hemagglutination test; Concentration and purification; Rabies virus antigenic relationships; Pathogenesis and pathology; Growth of rabies virus in cell culture.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baer, George M. Natural history of rabies. New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: HISTORY OF RABIES. The Natural history of rabies book THE VIRUS. Overview.
Natural History of Rabies, First Edition has been the principal worldwide reference since The new Second Edition has been completely updated, providing current information on this historically deadly by: The Natural History of Rabies, 2nd Edition This book provides essential worldwide reference information regarding rabies for public health officials, veterinarians, physicians, virologists, epidemiologists, infectious disease specialists, laboratory diagnosticians, and wildlife biologists.
Medical books The Natural History of Rabies, 2nd Edition. Divided into six main sections, this title covers topics such as the rabies virus, including antigenic and biochemical characteristics; pathogenesis, including the immune response to the infection, pathology, and latency; diagnostic techniques; rabies epidemiology in a variety of wild and domestic animals; and rabies s: 1.
Rabies has a rich history that goes The Natural history of rabies book to antiquity. The writings of Fracastoro () and Morgagni () showed great early insights into rabies pathogenesis. Zinke () performed the first experimental studies on rabies transmission. Galtier used rabbits in his rabies experiments, which was soon also taken up by Pasteur.
Natural History of Rabies, First Edition has been the principal worldwide reference since The new Second Edition has been completely updated, providing current information on this historically deadly : George M.
Baer. Rabies, a disease caused by the Lyssavirus, is one of the oldest and most dreaded afflictions in The Natural history of rabies book history. The virus, which is transmitted by the bite of The Natural history of rabies book infected creature, creeps along the nerves to the brain - after which it's invariably fatal.
Rabies can infect most warm-blooded animals, /5. The history of rabies research is itself pretty interesting. Georg Gottfried Zinke demonstrated that rabies was caused by an infectious agent. Inhe showed that the disease could be passed from a rabid dog to a healthy one.
Then, the disease could be transmitted from that dog to rabbits and hens by injecting them with the dog’s saliva. The pair convincingly link the history of rabies with the history of man’s fear of nature and the unknown, and our own latent capacity for beastliness.” —The Daily Beast “Thrilling, smart, and devilishly entertaining, Rabid is one of those books that changes your sense of history—and reminds us how much our human story has been shaped by the viruses that live among us.”.
Canine rabies spreads through Flanders, (North Belgium) Austria, Turkey and Hungary. Rabies reaches Paris, causing panic. Superstitious practices for treating rabies are condemned by the Sorbonne. Rabies spreads through Europe during the 18th century.
The first case of rabies is reported in the Americas by a priest in Mexico. Natural History of Rabies, First Edition has been the principal worldwide reference since The new Second Edition has been completely updated, providing current information on this.
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Since the first edition of the book was published in there have been many developments in the study and control of rabies. These include oral vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, and diagnostic techniques.
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Book: The natural history of rabies. Vol.2 + pp. Abstract: Much of the mythology and a lot of the landmarks in the history history Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and Industries.
The history of rabies from antiquity to the present day has recently been published in meticulous detail by Dr. Théodoridès: J. Théodoridès, Histoire de la Rage, Paris, Masson, Professor Campbell (personal communication) has pointed to the possible significance of the translator’s change of “If a dog is mad” to read “If a dog is vicious” between the Princeton editions of Cited by: Rabies is a fatal but preventable viral disease.
It can spread to people and pets if they are bitten or scratched by a rabid animal. In the United States, rabies is mostly found in wild animals like bats, raccoons, skunks, and foxes. However, in many other countries dogs still carry rabies, and most rabies deaths in people around the world are.
Rabies is a viral disease that causes inflammation of the brain in humans and other mammals. Early symptoms can include fever and tingling at the site of exposure. These symptoms are followed by one or more of the following symptoms: violent movements, uncontrolled excitement, fear of water, an inability to move parts of the body, confusion, and loss of : Rabies virus and Australian bat lyssavirus.
Rabies is a fatal, acute, progressive encephalomyelitis caused by neurotropic viruses in the family Rhabdoviridae, genus Lyssavirus. Numerous and diverse variants of lyssaviruses are found in a wide variety of animal species throughout the world, all of which may cause fatal human rabies.
Rabies virus is by far the most common lyssavirus. Terrible Virus, Fascinating History In 'Rabid' Journalist Bill Wasik and his veterinarian wife, Monica Murphy, have teamed up for a new book on the cultural and scientific history of rabies.
Rabies is not, in the natural sense, actually a disease of humans. Rather, it is a disease found in wild and domestic animals that can cause cases in humans. Therefore, a more accurate projection of the impact of rabies should include an estimate of the impact on animal populations – particularly domestic animals – and the expense involved.
INTRODUCTION. Rabies is one of the most virulent diseases of humans and animals and may have been reported in the Old World before BC (Steele & Fernandez, ; Theodorides, ).The development of a vaccine for rabies virus (RABV) by Louis Pasteur in led to the development of prevention strategies against the disease in the developed world, and this fatal Cited by: RABIES IN TRADITIONAL MEDICINE'S RESOURCES.
Rabies has a special place in Iranian and Islamic Traditional Resources and in the history of medical research in Iran. On the rabies and a rabid dog, Iranian physicians have said and written much and they have introduced their innovations now and then. For example, Rhazes, Ahvazi, Avicenna, Jorjani, and others had.
History of Rabies Abstract: Rabies, literally meaning “furious” in Latin, is commonly known throughout the ages for its terrifying effects on both humans and animals alike.
Because the disease is fatal, people throughout the world have put greatest effort to find ways of controlling and preventing the disease. A Natural History of Vampires While it is likely that multiple natural factors would have influenced the folk tradition of vampirism, it is remarkable that rabies has Author: Eric Michael Johnson.
Even though the virus inside them was dead, for much of the 20th century, patients had reason to fear the vaccine itself. Starting in the s, rabies vaccines consisted of 23 shots, most requiring a large needle to be inserted into the abdomen [source: FDA].By all accounts, the procedure was quite painful and often caused several unpleasant side : Chris Obenschain.
A translation of a medieval hunting book devotes a chapter to rabies, which it calls a “furious madness,” and offers a bizarre range of treatments for infected humans. s The words “rabies” and “rabid” are fully in use in the English language connected with the disease, but the words quickly become used as metaphors for any mad.
Long before the cause of rabies was clear, people understood that a family pet could transform from a docile companion to a carrier of a horrible death. The book tracks the history of rabies.
• Rabies in domestic animals has declined 80% since due to –Vaccines for companion animals (introduced in the late ’s) –Leash laws –Removal of stray animals (e.g., animal control facilities and staffing) • Since cat cases of rabies have exceeded dog Size: 1MB.
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History in New York State Rabies in New York State was initially a disease carried by domestic dogs, a problem brought to all of North America by European settlers in the s.
With the advent of record keeping in the s, reported cases of animal rabies fluctuated between 20 and annually. Most cases were recorded in domestic dogs although there was also some.
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