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Virus-Insect Interactions at Iowa State University

ISU Entomology / Virus-Insect Interactions at Iowa State University / Courses

Courses

VII-related training at ISU:

Insect-Virus Interactions: A Molecular Perspective (Ent/Micro 410/510). Overview of insect-virus interactions including insect immnunity to viruses, genetic enhancement of viral insecticides, transgrenic mosquitoes, disruption of virus transmission, and the role of insect and virus genomics in combating viral disease of both human and agricultural importance.

Virology (Micro 408/508). (3-0)The molecular virology and epidemiology of human, animal, plant and insect viruses.

Plant Virology (Micro 509). (2-6) Hill. Plant viruses and the diseases they cause. Emphasis on epidemiology and control. Structure, function, and biochemical-biophysical properties of plant viruses

Virology (Micro 554). (1-0) Review and comparison of insect, animal and plant viruses and bacteriophage. Growth dynamics, replication of model viruses, and the role of specific viruses in disease.

Molecular Virology (Micro 608). (3-0) C Miller, Blitvich, WA Miller. Advanced study of virus host-cell interactions. Molecular mechanisms of viral replication and pathogenesis.

Veterinary Virology (V MPM 387). (3-0). Basic principles of animal virology. Pathogenesis of viral infections. The nature and ecology of viruses of veterinary and zoonotic importance.

Animal Virology (V MPM 587). (4-0) The biology of animal viruses and pathogenic mechanisms in viral diseases.

Laboratory in Animal Virology (V MPM 587L). (0-3) Basic laboratory techniques in virology.

Pathogenesis of Persistent Infections (V MPM 660). (2-0) Study of current knowledge related to host pathogen interactions during persistent and chronic infections by bacteria, viruses and parasites.

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