Edited By: Krishna Dronamraju
370 pages, 15 b/w photos, 30 line illus
It has long been recognised that an important factor in human evolution has been the struggle against infectious disease. From the historical beginnings to current research, this book strives to evaluate infectious diseases from an evolutionary perspective. It provides a survey of the latest information regarding host-pathogen evolution related to major infectious diseases and parasitic infections, including malaria, influenza and leishmaniasis.
'! some fascinating reading'. Society for General Microbiology
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