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Journal of Virological Sciences (JVS) is a peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary scientific journal that presents highly reputable articles of original research touching all infectious and non-infectious viruses affecting global wise vertebrate and non-vertebrate terrestrial and marine animals and creatures. The JVS gather all biomedical, agricultural and other scientific disciplines that focus on the molecular evolution of viruses, antivirals and viral vaccines as well as the basic viral macromolecular interactions in the process of viral infection and treatment. The JVS will present all conventional and recent Virology, bio- and nanotechnologyapproaches developed for virus detection and diagnosis, a matter that attract most strategies setup by researcher to mitigate the adverse impact of viral burden from which the globe creatures are suffering. TheJVS publishes of course original and review research papers on all aspects of human animal, plant, insect, bacterial and fungal viruses, transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSE),  molecular biology and immunology of viruses, virus-host interactions and antiviral compounds.






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