I believe there is another good reason for this book. I think it will provide some direction in this growing -- sometimes awkwardly growing � field, because it is a legitimate attempt to synthesize our knowledge on antiviral compounds at several levels of organization, including their modes of action, and their activities both in animal infections and clinical medicine.
1. The Natural Recovery Process from Acute Viral Infection 2. Immunization Against Viral Infections 3. Active Sites of the Animal Viruses- Potential Sites of Specific Chemotherapeutic Attack 4. The Breadth of Interferon Action 5. Interferon Structure- Facts and Speculation 6. Interferon Induction by Viruses- Molecular Requirements 7. Interferon Induction by Polynucleotides 8. Nonpolynucleotide Interferon Inducers 9. Amantadine HCI and Related Compounds 10. Inhibition of Viruses, Tumors, and Pathogenic Microorganisms by Isatin b-Thiosemicarbazone and Other Thiosecarbazones. Arabinosyl Nucleosides and Nucleotides. Guanidine and 2(a-Hydroxybenzyl)-Benzimadazole (HBB): Selective Inhibitors of Picornavirus Multiplication. Halogenated Pyrimidines in Antiviral Therapy. Ansamycins: (A) Rifamycin SV Derivatives. Ansamycins: (B) Streptovaricins. Analogues of Viral Genomes.