Encyclopedia of AIDS (inbunden)
Inbunden (Hardback)
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1st ed. 2018
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Hope, Thomas J. (ed.-in-chief)/Richman, Douglas (ed.-in-chief)/Stevenson, Mario (ed.-in-chief)/Hope, Thomas J. (ed.-in-chief)/Richman, Douglas (ed.-in-chief)/Stevenson, Mario (ed.-in-chief)/Hope, Thomas J. (ed.-in-chief)/Richman, Douglas (ed.-in-chief)/Stevenson, Mario (ed.-in-chief)
100 Tables, color; 305 Illustrations, color; 36 Illustrations, black and white; LX, 2192 p. 341 illu
254 x 190 x 127 mm
4540 g
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Encyclopedia of AIDS (inbunden)

Encyclopedia of AIDS

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For the first time, the world's experts in HIV-AIDS have come together to publish the Encyclopedia of AIDS. The work features over 4000 A-Z entries including medical, cultural, social, and pharmacological essays. The Pathology entries cover the various types of HIV-related illnesses, including those that are and are not AIDS-defining. Many of the conditions that are AIDS-defining illnesses have their own entries or are cross-referenced to a generic entry in which several related conditions are discussed (such as enteric diseases and fungal infections). Typically, the treatment of any given form of pathology is briefly discussed in the entry that covers that illness. The reference is a must-read for Infectious Disease specialists, Immunologists, Public Health researchers, Virologists, Microbiologists, Pharmacologists, and Physicians.
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Thomas J. Hope, PH.D. is a Professor in the Departments of Cell and Molecular Biology, and Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Feinberg School of Medicine, and in Biomedical Engineering in the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Northwestern University. Dr. Hope's laboratory has been a pioneer in the use of cell biology approaches to study HIV, providing images and movies of HIV interacting with cells and tissues. For the past 25 years, his research has focused on HIV Cellular Virology. More recently this focus has expanded to HIV-related mucosal immunology, HIV transmission, and HIV Prevention Science. Douglas D. Richman, MD, is Distinguished Professor of Pathology and Medicine at the University of California, San Diego, and the Florence Seeley Riford Chair in AIDS Research. He is Director of the Center for AIDS Research at UC San Diego, Director of the UC San Diego AIDS Research Institute, and staff physician at the VA San Diego Healthcare System. Dr. Richman's laboratory, which was the first to identify HIV drug resistance, joined two others in identifying latently infected CD4 cells as the obstacle to eradication of HIV with potent antiretroviral therapy. His laboratory also described the dynamics of the neutralizing antibody response to HIV and the rapidity of viral escape and evolution in response to this selective pressure. The major current focus of Dr. Richman's laboratory is the latent HIV reservoir and strategies to achieve eradication of this reservoir. Mario Stevenson is Professor of Medicine and Chief of Infectious Diseases at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. For the past 30 years his research has focused on uncovering processes regulating the interplay between HIV-1 and its host, as well as mechanisms of viral persistence.


Abstinence, Be Faithful, Condoms (ABC), Prevention of HIV.- Acetylation.- Actin.- AIDS-related.- Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma.- Anal Cancer.- Anatomic Compartments as a Barrier to HIV Cure.- Antiretroviral Drug Penetration into Lymphoid Tissue.- Antiretroviral Drug Penetration into the CNS Compartment.- Antiretroviral Medications, Adult Care and Treatment.- Antiretroviral therapy (ART), Prevention of HIV.- Anti-Retroviral Therapy and Drug Resistance in HIV-2 Infection.- Antiretroviral Therapy for HIV-Infected Infants, Children, and Adolescents in Resource-Rich Settings.- Antiretroviral Therapy: When to Start.- Antiretroviral Treatment in Resource-Limited Settings.- APOBEC3F/G and Vif: Action and Counteractions.- Apoptosis Dysregulation during HIV Disease.-Arp2/3.- Attachment/Binding.- Autophagy and HIV Infection.- Bacterial Respiratory and Invasive Pneumococcal Infections and HIV.- BAF (BANF1).- Behavioral Aspects of HIV Mother-to-Child Transmission.- Behavioral Aspects of HIV Treatment as Prevention.- Behavioral Interventions for Adherence.- Behavioral Science highlights of evidence and research.- Blood and blood product donors and recipients in China, Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS.- Budding.- Burkitt and Burkitt-like Lymphoma.- Cardiovascular Complications.- cART and Supportive Care for HIV-Associated Malignancies.- Case Management for Linkage.- Cell Intrinsic Immunity.- Cellular and Soluble Immune Activation Markers in HIV-Infected Subjects.- Cellular Cofactors for HIV-1 Transcription.- Cellular Cofactors of HIV as Drug Targets.- Central Memory CD4 T cells.- Cervical Cancer and HIV.- Chagas Disease and HIV.- Children, Care and Treatment.- Children, Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS.- Chronic Immune Activation in HIV.- Circumcision and AIDS.- Clinical Ethics in HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, and Research.- Cofilin, Trafficking.- Collagen Deposition and Fibrosis in the Lymphatic Tissues of HIV-1 Infected Individuals.- Combination Approaches to HIV Prevention.- Community Viral Load.- Co-morbidity: Opiods.- Comorbidity: Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy.- Conjunctival Carcinoma.- Counteraction of SAMHD1 by Vpx.- Chromosome Region Maintenance 1 (CRM1).- Cryptococcosis and HIV.- Cryptosporidiosis.- Epidemic Kaposi Sarcoma, Pathogenesis and Presentation of .- CXCR4, Coreceptors.- Cyclophilin A and HIV-1 Replication.- Cystoisosporiasis.- Cytomegalovirus Infection and HIV.- DDX3, Cofactors, and RNA Export.- Delayed Sexual Debut.- Dendritic Cell Interactions with HIV-1 Envelope Glycoprotein, Implications for Preventing Transmission.- Differential Diagnosis of HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorders.- Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma.- Eastern Europe and Central Asia, specific characteristics of HIV/AIDS epidemic.- Elderly: Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS.- Entry Inhibitors.- Epidemiology of AIDS-Defining Malignancies.- Epidemiology of HIV-2 Infection in West Africa.- Epidemiology of Non-AIDS-Defining Malignancies.- Epstein Barr Virus (EBV).- Faith Based Interventions.- Family Interventions.- Female Condoms.- Female, Male and Transgender Sex Workers, Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS.- Fusion.- Gamma delta T cells.- Global NeuroAIDS.- HAND Adjunctive Therapies: Reversing Neuronal Injury.- Harm Reduction for Injection Drug Users.- Health care workers, Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS.- Health care workers, Shortage and task shifting of.- Hepatitis B Virus infection and HIV.- Hepatitis C Virus Infection and HIV.- Hepatocellular Carcinoma in HIV-Positive Patients.- History of the AIDS epidemic.- HIV "auxiliary" proteins, essential role of.- HIV & SIV, CD4 T cell responses to.- HIV and Opportunistic Infections, an Overview.- HIV and Sexual Violence.- HIV and SIV, B-Cell Responses to.- HIV and SIV, CD8 T Cell Responses to.- HIV Antigen Processing and Presentation.- HIV Associated Immune Exhaustion.- HIV Cancers in Resource-Limited Regions.- HIV Compartments and Viral Rebound During Treatment Interruption.- HIV Coreceptor Tropism in Different Reservoi