Virology & Mycology

Virology & Mycology
Open Access

ISSN: 2161-0517

+32-466-901905

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Editorial Board

Xuming Zhang
Editor-in-Chief
Professor, Department of Microbiology & Immunology
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA

Neelam Sharma-Walia
Executive Editor
Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, USA

Deepak Shukla
Executive Editor
Director, Ocular Virology Laboratory
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

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About the Journal

Virology & Mycology is an open access peer reviewed journal that considers articles in all aspects of research on the viruses and fungus of animal (or) plant and microbes. The approaches and techniques used are expected to encompass many disciplines, including cell biology, structural biology, molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, biophysics, immunology, morphology, genomics and pathogenesis. The journal welcomes basic research as well as pre-clinical and clinical studies of novel diagnostic tools.

The journal welcomes the articles from the below topic but not limited to:

  • Medical mycology about various novel compound extractions from fungal sources, use of different drugs, novel application of fungal biochemical, bio-pesticides and microbiological tests for pharmaceutical purposes, studies in mycotoxicology
  • Molecular aspects of the control and prevention of fungal infections in animals/plants/microbes with vaccines, antiviral and antifungal agents
  • On the use of viruses as gene therapy vectors, aspects of the control and prevention of viral infections with vaccines and antiviral agents and on the, as well as research on other agents such as prions
  • Outbreak of viral/fungal infections to humans, plants and animals
  • Mutations that affect drug resistance (or) changes in receptor binding (or) those that inform us about basic aspects of virus replication (or) disease, as well as next generation sequencing data such as viromes

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