Scope of the journal

The scope of the journal includes the study of all aspects of viruses that infect the living organisms from their structure, characterization, classification, taxonomy, reproduction, host-cell interactions, methods and techniques employed in the detection and identification and their applications in current research field. view more..
Original ResearchOpen Access

Swine influenza virus strains that induce interferon β in SJPL cells but are insensitive to exogenous recombinant swine interferon β

Krisna N.A. Pangesti, Marvin J. Grubman, Antonio E. Garmendia
Virology Discovery 2 : 3

ReviewOpen Access

Genome-wide screens - a systematic approach to redefine the influenza A virus-host crosstalk

Adarsh K. Mayank, Shipra Sharma, Ravi K Deshwal, Sunil K. Lal
Virology Discovery 2 : 2

ReviewOpen Access

Ramsay Hunt syndrome revisited–emphasis on Ramsay Hunt syndrome with multiple cranial nerve involvement

Eva Rye Rasmussen, Eva Lykke, Jan Gren Toft, Kristianna Mey
Virology Discovery 2 : 1

ReviewOpen Access

Oncogenic viruses: DUBbing their way to cancer

Vijay Kumar, Nehul Saxena
Virology Discovery 1 : 5

Original ResearchOpen Access

HIV-1 subtype C envelope C2V5 characteristics; associations with markers of disease progression among 6 slowing progressing pediatric patients

Kerina Duri, Felicity Zvanyadza Gumbo, Knut Ivan Kristiansen, Munyaradzi Paul Mapingure, Simba Rusakaniko, Fredrik Müller, Babill Stray-Pedersen
Virology Discovery 1 : 4

Original ResearchOpen Access

The role of hepatitis C virus genotyping in evaluating the efficacy of INF-based therapy used in treating hepatitis C infected patients in Libya

Mohamed A Daw, Hana A Elasifer, Aghnaya A Dau, Mohamed Agnan
Virology Discovery 1 : 3

Original ResearchOpen Access

HCMV infection triggers smooth muscle cell proliferation in a 3D human coronary in vitro model

Rainer Voisard, Tanja Göttling, Regine Baur, Vinzenz Hombach
Virology Discovery 1 : 2

Original ResearchOpen Access

A systematic review of molecular diagnostic methods for the detection of arboviruses in clinical specimens in Brazil and the importance of a differential diagnosis

Marcos Lázaro Moreli, Vivaldo  Gomes da Costa
Virology Discovery 1 : 1

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Senior Editor

Dr. Piergiuseppe De Berardinis
is currently a Researcher at the Institute of Protein Biochemistry of CNR of Naples, Italy. The main scientific contributions performed by Dr. De Berardinis during these years enclose studies on autoimmune diseases, the discovery of new T cell subsets, studies on the repertoire of T cells which play a role in human pathology and the development of a new methodology for the reconstitution of human T cell receptor specificities in murine hybridoma cells.

Dr. Andreas Sauerbrei
is currently working as Head of the Institute of Virology and Antiviral Therapy, Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, Germany. His research interests are in Rapid diagnostics of viral infections, Relations between viruses and tumors, Development and testing of selective antiviral substances, Varicella-zoster virus infections, Herpes simplex virus infections,Virucidal testing of biocides and Virological diagnostics.

Virology Discovery Subject Areas

Viral vectors, Clinical virology, Molecular virology, Medical virology, Computational virology, Environmental virology, Neuro virology, Viral genomics, Viral proteomics, Viral pathogenesis, Viral and antiviral technologies, Retrovirology.