Relevant Links and Sources
The volume entitled The Group B Coxsackieviruses (edited by S. Tracy, M. S. Oberste, and K. M. Drescher) has just been published. It is the most up to date collection of information on these important viruses available. You can peruse the contents or order the book at http://www.springer.com/biomed/virology/book/978-3-540-75545-6 or from Amazon.com
University of Nebraska's Enterovirus Research Lab
Leading the way with Enterovirus research is the areas of Myocarditas, Diabetes type 1 and Pancreatitis.
Has been investigating the role of enteroviruses in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalitis (CFS/ME) and other diseases that are without clear origins. EVMED focuses on efforts to develop diagnostic tests to identify the causes of illness and currently researching antiviral and immune modulating therapeutics.
Come and meet the family, the Picornavirus family that is. All the members we know of, several we're not sure of, and others who, well, may join sometime in the future. They are all interesting.
Viruses - From Structure to Biology
A beautiful site with much history and basic biology and great images
All the Virology on the World Wide Web
Probably the single most comprehensive website on things virological
The Institute for Molecular Virology
Wonderful images of picornaviruses and a host of other information
The NIH provides an online library of all published medical documents – key word searches, i.e. coxsackie b, echovirus, coxsackie b diabetes, can be used for "search" topics.
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International
Everything you need to know about type 1 diabetes
The American Diabetes Association
Information on diabetes
The American Heart Association
Helping to reduce heart disease
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
An excellent discussion of the non-polio enteroviruses.
Complete Enterovirus Description
HHV6 Research and Information