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ویروس های حیوانی و انسان ها، یک تقسیم باریک - چگونه ویروس های کشنده مشترک بین انسان و دام سرازیر شوید و ما را تهدید کنید
ویروس های حیوانی و انسان ها، یک تقسیم باریک - چگونه ویروس های کشنده مشترک بین انسان و دام سرازیر شوید و ما را تهدید کنید

Animal Viruses and Humans, a Narrow Divide: How Lethal Zoonotic Viruses Spill Over and Threaten Us
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سال انتشار: 2018
تعداد صفحات: 184
زبان فایل: انگلیسی
فرمت فایل: pdf, epub
حجم فایل: 11MB
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قیمت: 200,000ريال

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Publisher: Paul Dry Books

ISBN-10: 1589881222

ISBN-13: 978-1589881228

ASIN: B07CP6LRVX

1st Edition

by Warren A. Andiman (Author)

"Frighteningly fascinating."—Booklist

"Gripping stories, filled with details that are in equal part delicious and disgusting, but always fascinating."—Lisa Sanders, MD, author of Every Patient Tells a Story and the New York Times Magazine "Diagnosis" column

“To reproduce promiscuously and to wreak havoc wherever they can find a home,” this is the sole raison d'être of viruses writes Dr. Warren Andiman, an HIV/AIDS researcher who has been on the front lines battling infectious diseases for over forty years. In Animal Viruses and Humans: A Narrow Divide, Andiman traces the history of eight zoonotic viruses —deadly microbes that have made the leap directly from animals to human populations: Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), Swine influenza, Hantavirus, Monkeypox, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), Rabies, Ebola, and Henipaviruses (Nipah and Hendra). He also illustrates the labor intensive and fascinating detective work that infectious disease specialists must do to uncover the source of an outbreak.

Andiman also looks to the future, envisioning the effects on zoonoses (diseases caused by zoonotic viruses) of climate change, microenvironmental damage, population shifts, and globalization. He reveals the steps that we can, and must, take to stem the spread of animal viruses, explaining, “The zoonoses I've chosen to write about . . . are meant to describe only a small sample of what is already out there but, more menacingly, what is inevitably on its way, in forms we can only imagine.”