Editor-in-Chief

  • Linfa Wang, Duke-NUS

Section Editors

  • Joana Azeredo, University of Minho
  • Hualan Chen, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
  • Blossom Damania, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Andrew Easton, University of Warwick
  • Tom Geisbert, University of Texas Medical Branch
  • Erna Geessien Kroon, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
  • Suresh Mahalingam, Griffith University
  • Alan McLachlan, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Klaus Osterrieder, Freie Universität Berlin
  • Xueping Zhou, Zhejiang University

Articles

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  • HCV in HIV-positive men who have sex with men

    Molecular characterization of HCV in HIV-positive men who have sex with men demonstrated that the origin of HCV in this population was diverse and not directly linked with local injection drug users.

    Virology Journal 2015, 12:120
  • Capsid proteins in parvovirus infection

    This review summarized the roles of the parvovirus capsid in viral infection, and discussed the potential applications of capsid proteins to viral infection treatment.

    Virology Journal 2015, 12:114
  • Reston ebolavirus infection in Philippine bats

    The molecular and serological evidence gained from 464 Philippine bats from 21 species indicated resident bat populations may be associated with Reston ebolavirus disease ecology in the Philippines.

    Virology Journal 2015, 12:107
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    Hop stund viroid in lemon tree

    Using deep sequencing technology, Dr Zhou’s group discovered Hop stunt viroid in diseased lemon trees, and found that viroid-specific small RNAs may be associated with viroid pathogenesis.  

    Virology Journal 2015, 12:103
  • Image attributed to: Charles Rice - wikimedia commons

    HCV inhibits CD4+ T cell proliferation

    Hepatitis C virus was found to inhibit CD4+ but not CD8+ T cell proliferation in vitro, raising a possibility that HCV may impair virus-specific T cell response by altering cooperation between immune cell subsets.

    Virology Journal 2015, 12:93
  • Structure of adenovirus 4 fibre head

    The high-resolution structure of the bovine adenovirus 4 fibre head was described, which is the first solved fibre head structure of an atadenovirus infecting a mammalian host.

    Virology Journal 2015, 12:81
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    Astroviruses associated with diarrhea in Africa

    Astroviruses were present in 9.9% of 949 stool samples in Africa, with strain MLB1 associated with diarrhea in Kenya, providing new knowledge on astroviruses circulating in that area.

    Virology Journal 2015, 12:78
  • Unfolded protein response in HIV-infected cells

    HIV infection and antiretroviral therapy were found to activate unfolded protein response in host cells, raising the possibility of using this pathway as a drug target in antiviral therapies. 

    Virology Journal 2015, 12:77

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Virology Journal is an open access, peer reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of virology, including research on the viruses of animals, plants and microbes. The journal welcomes basic research as well as pre-clinical and clinical studies of novel diagnostic tools, vaccines and anti-viral therapies.

The Editorial policy of Virology Journal is to publish all research which is assessed by peer reviewers to be a coherent and sound addition to the scientific literature, and puts less emphasis on interest levels or perceived impact.

Editor's profile

Professor Linfa Wang

Linfa Wang

Professor Linfa Wang is a leading researcher in emerging infections, including the discovery of novel, potentially zoonotic, viruses in bats. He is Director of the Program in Emerging Infectious Diseases at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore, and an Office of the Chief Executive Science Leader at CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory (AAHL).

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