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An understanding of virus infection and the underlying role of the immune system in protection against these diseases is vital in today's medical climate. Previously, only symptoms could be treated, as there were no antiviral therapies. The increasing amounts of research and the huge number of discoveries of immunologic agents and pathways has led to the opportunity to look to the basic physiology of the various disease process as never before. This book is designed to provide the clinician with a thorough and yet approachable textbook describing the relationships between immunology, virology and the disease process.
About the Author
Professor Tyring is the Medical Director of the UTMB Center for Clinical Studies in Houston, TX and is a highly experienced dermatologist, being a reviewer for the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology and a member of the American Academy of Dermatology Committee on Sexually Transmitted Diseases. He is also a member of the Sealy Center for Vaccine Development (University of Texas Medical Branch), the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine and a Fellow of the Infectious Disease Society of America. He has also edited a number of books including Mucocutaneous Manifestations of Viral Diseases published by Marcel Dekker and Human Papillomaviruses published by OUP.