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Specific Virus Information:
Reoviridae -- Reoviruses
- Mammalian Reovirus Page at UW-M, with images
- The Reovirus Home Page contains information on the family Reoviridae and is the home of the ICTV Reovirus Study Group.
- Diarrhoea Viruses Astroviruses, Caliciviruses, Reoviruses (inc. Rotaviruses)- from our own course and tutorial page, courtesy of A. J. Cann
- From an introductory virology page (Human Viruses: General Information) - a special page on Reoviruses.
- Rotavirus Images- Electron micrographs from Linda Stannard at UCT.
- Rotavirus Epidemiology Project - Five topic areas on rotavirus epidemiology, virus properties, correlates of protection, candidate vaccines, and potential impact of mass immunization. Includes discussion groups and a FAQ, as well as ~70 pages of original review material in the five subject areas.
- Rotavirus Information from the National Center for Infectious Diseases, National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance Program.
- Rotavirus Infections - a good description of the clinical effects and symptoms of rotavirus infection from KidsHealth.org - a project of The Nemours Center For Children's Health Media.
- Rotavirus Online, a multioption World Wide Web resource dedicated to presenting the latest information about rotavirus disease and vaccine development.
Retroviridae -- Retroviruses
- Retroviruses- from our own course and tutorial page, courtesy of A. J. Cann
- Retroviruses - A Tutorial from the University of Leicester (UK)
A-Type Retroviruses - HERVs
- Human Intracisternal A-Type Retroviral Particles (HIAP) from the Garry Lab at Tulane University School of Medicine
- Reports on Human Endogenous Retrovirus Research - ChronicIllNet (US)
- The HERV Page - From Jonas Blomberg in Lund, Sweden.
Immunodefiency Viruses - HIV-1, HIV-2, etc.
Don't miss the AIDS/HIV section of All the Virology on the WWW!
- The Fermin Lab at Tulane has some great pictures of HIV infected cells.
- HIV Gene/Protein Sequence Database
- The ANRS HIV server - This server provides information on the ANRS, HIV and AIDS. In particular, there is the HIV/SIV Phylogenetic Analysis Page, the HIV/SIV Recombination Analysis Page and the ONLY European mirror (copied with permission) of the The Human Retroviruses and AIDS Compendia. (French/English)
- HIV Drug Resistance Program - National Cancer Institute
- HIV Immunology Database
- HIV Basics - Basic research and treatment for HIV infection.
- AIDS Research Reagent Database
- HIV Tutorial from the Internet Pathology Laboratory - WEBPATH - in Utah.
- The ANRS HIV Server - This server provides information on the "Agence Nationale de Recherches sur le SIDA" (ANRS) the main funding body of all AIDS research in France. There is also links to HIV related sites, the only up-to-date mirror site for the Los Alamos HIV sequence database compendium and information on HIV/SIV phylogenetic analysis including online analysis tools.
- TB/HIV Research Laboratory at Brown University
- HIV Sequence Database from Los Alamos National Laboratory
- The Molecular Biology of HIV - A superb review article by George Pavlakis of NCI.
- exHIV Project of Theoretical Studies - Theoretical research - discussion board and related info about HIV.
- AIDS Pathology - View images relating to AIDS pathology from the The Internet Pathology Laboratory for Medical Education, a truly great resource that's loaded with images and information. It's intended for medical professionals.
- AIDS and HIV Fact Sheet - From the Epidemiology and Disease Control Program for the State of Maryland.
- The HIV and complement Research Unit at L.I.T.A. Vialba, University of Milano. This site contains information on the research group at the University of Milano, Italy, as well as several interesting links (Journals, catalogues, databases and so on).
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)
- Cornell University FIV FAQ - from the Cornell University Feline Health Center, Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. The ultimate purpose of the Feline Health Center is to improve the health of cats by developing methods to prevent or cure feline diseases and by providing continuing education to veterinarians and cat owners.
- More On FIV - From Jeff Parke, The Internet Vet
Feline Leukemia Viruses (FeLV)
FeLV, a retrovirus, is the most important infectious disease agent producing fatal illness in domestic cats today.
- Feline Leukemia Virus with general diease and treatment information.
- OncoLink FAQ: Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) from the University of Pennsylvania.
- Feline Leukemia - from PetEducation.com. This page includes frequently asked questions, tips for pet safety/health, and references for further information.
- The FeLV Voice Of Experience - comments and tips from a pet owner who lived with and cared for a FeLV infected cat.
- American Veterinary Medical Association's FeLV, FIV testing recommendations issued - a press release
- Cornell University FeLV FAQ - from the Cornell University Feline Health Center, Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. The ultimate purpose of the Feline Health Center is to improve the health of cats by developing methods to prevent or cure feline diseases and by providing continuing education to veterinarians and cat owners.
- Feline Leukemia Virus - from Feline Library, Diseases Section of Cat Fancy Magazine online.
- FeLV - discussion of the biology of FeLV from the University of Wisconsin
- Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) Positive Cat Information Sheet - What You Should Know About FeLV and Testing Your Cat, and How To Find An FeLV-Positive Cat A Loving Home
- Feline Leukemia FAQ - by Erin Miller.
- Feline Leukemia FAQ - from the the Brighton Eggert Medical Clinic
- Feline Leukemia Virus Diseases - from AnimalClinic.com
- Feline Leukemia Support - Information and Treatments to help FeLV+ cats from FelineLeukemia.org. "Feline Leukemia IS Treatable... Although feline leukemia remains an incurable viral disease that threatens the lives of thousands of domestic as well as wild cats each year, newer methods for treating this disease have become more readily available. "
- FeLV - a large FAQ from VetInfo.com.
- HTLV-I Associated Myelopathy - HAM/TSP. This is a home page for those who are interested in researching a newl defined neuro-immunological disease named "Human T-cell Lymphotrophic virus type I (HTLV-I)-associated myelopahty (HAM)/ Tropical Spastic Paraparesis (TSP)". This site attempts to summarize understanding and therapies of this disease.
Avian Sarcoma Virus
- Avian Sarcoma Virus Integrase - A synopsis of research on avian sarcoma virus integrase, an essential retroviral enzyme. ASV is related to HIV, and their integrases are quite similar. This site presents the first published structure of an integrase-inhibitor complex, with an inhibitor targeted against HIV-1 integrase. The site is accessible for both laymen and research professionals.
Togaviridae -- Togaviruses
- Viroids - from the ICTV with a definition and listing of types. There is also a section on viroids within the ICTVdB.
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