Archives of Virology publishes original contributions from all branches of research on viruses, virus-like agents, and virus infections of humans, animals, plants, insects, and bacteria. Coverage includes the broadest spectrum of topics, from initial descriptions of newly discovered viruses, to studies of virus structure, composition, and genetics, to studies of virus interactions with host cells, host organisms, and host populations.
The journal covers progress in both basic and clinical virus research, and aims to provide a forum of exchange among the various disciplines within virology. Issues publishing original papers alternate with thematic issues, focusing on one clearly defined topic of basic or medical virology.
Journal of Clinical Virology is an international journal publishing papers on any aspect of human virology that directly pertains to virus-induced clinical conditions under the major headings of: Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, Diagnosis and Detection, and Prevention and Treatment. Articles from any field of virological study will be considered if the article is relevant to the understanding or manipulation of a disease state.
The Journal of Virology maintains its premier position as a source of broad-based, high-quality, original research concerning viruses. The journal provides fundamental new information using cross-disciplinary approaches of biochemistry, biophysics, cell biology, genetics, immunology, molecular biology, morphology, physiology, and pathogenesis and immunity.
Virologists are acquisitive investigators who wish to apply the latest scientific developments to their own work. The aim of Reviews in Medical Virology is therefore to provide them with articles reviewing conceptual or technological advances in diverse areas of virology. Topics covered will include the molecular biology, cell biology, replication, pathogenesis, immunology, immunization, epidemiology, diagnosis or treatment of viruses of medical importance.
Virus Research provides a means of rapid publication for original papers on research concerning virus structure, replication, and pathogenesis. These include reports describing virus morphology, the function and antigenic analysis of virus structural components, virus genome structure and expression, analysis of virus replication processes, effects of viruses on their host cells, including oncogene activation and transduction, neoplastic transformation, and the pathogenesis of virus infections.