|Name Book||Coronaviruses: Methods and Protocols PDF Free|
|Publisher||Humana Press; 2015 edition (31 Mar. 2015)|
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Corona virus, the name that I am sure you will have to watch out for, because until now, the new corona virus originated in Wuhan has been a very scary name for you. worldwide, and most recently WHO has announced it is a global pandemic.
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In this book we aimed to describe a variety of techniques that refl ect the wide range of research currently being performed in the fi eld of coronavirology. However, most of the techniques described are also applicable to a wide variety of other virology fi elds, so we hope that this book will have wider appeal. As such, we have started this book with an overview chapter of current understanding of coronavirus replication and pathogenesis to introduce nonspecialist readers to the fi eld. Since the emergence of SARS-Coronavirus in 2003, numerous new coronaviruses have been identifi ed. The emergence of MERS-Coronavirus in 2012 and the continued occurrence of human cases highlight the importance of techniques to verify the presence of coronaviruses in a sample as well as identify new coronaviruses that may pose a potential threat to the health of both humans and livestock. As such, chapters have been chosen to describe identifi cation, diagnosis, and study of evolution of coronaviruses
To allow the study of viruses, propagation and quantifi cation of virus is essential. Therefore, we have included chapters describing preparation of cells and organ cultures useful in propagating coronaviruses and titration techniques. In addition, several techniques for analyzing virus function require purifi cation of virus, so purifi cation protocols suitable for different downstream techniques have been included. The ability to reverse engineer virus genomes and recover recombinant viruses with defi ned mutations is invaluable in the progression of understanding the mechanisms for virus pathogenicity, viral protein and RNA function and understanding virus-host interactions. Therefore, chapters describing two commonly used reverse genetics techniques for coronaviruses are included. A key step in virus replication is attachment to and entry into the host cell. Techniques detailing identifi cation of cellular receptors, binding profi les of viral attachment proteins, and virus-cell fusion are described. Finally, a major area of coronavirus research currently is the interaction between the virus and the host cell to gain insight into requirements of the virus to enable replication but also how the host cell responds to virus infection. Understanding these processes is vital in enabling future control of virus replication with antiviral therapeutics or prevention through vaccination. Therefore, several chapters have been included covering a broad spectrum of techniques to identify virus-host protein-protein interactions, confi rm the functional role of these proteins in virus replication, study host cell responses through genome-wide or pathway-specifi c approaches, and visualise virus replication complexes. We would like to thankthe authors who have contributed to this book for the time they have taken to prepare detailed methods as well as provide practical hints and tips that are often essential to get a new working protocol
Coronaviruses: An Overview of Their Replication and Pathogenesis
Coronaviruses (CoVs), enveloped positive-sense RNA viruses, are characterized by club-like spikes that project from their surface, an unusually large RNA genome, and a unique replication strategy. Coronaviruses cause a variety of diseases in mammals and birds ranging from enteritis in cows and pigs and upper respiratory disease in chickens to potentially lethal human respiratory infections. Here we provide a brief introduction to coronaviruses discussing their replication and pathogenicity, and current prevention and treatment strategies. We also discuss the outbreaks of the highly pathogenic Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (SARS-CoV) and the recently identifi ed Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV)
Fig. 1 Genomic organization of representative α, β, and γ CoVs. An illustration of the MHV genome is depicted at the top . The expanded regions below show the structural and accessory proteins in the 3′ regions of the HCoV-229E, MHV, SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV and IBV. Size of the genome and individual genes are approximated using the legend at the top of the diagram but are not drawn to scale. HCoV-229E human coronavirus 229E, MHV mouse hepatitis virus, SARS-CoV severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus, MERS-CoV Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, IBV infectious bronchitis virus
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