About the Journal

Aims and Scope

The Open Virology Journal is an Open Access online journal which publishes research articles, reviews/mini-reviews, letters and guest edited single topic issues in all important areas of virology. The journal encourages submissions related to the following fields:

  • Virus infections


  • Current immunologic and epidemiologic approaches


  • Emerging viruses


  • Viral immunology


  • Viruses and cancer


  • Virus-host interactions


  • Preventive and therapeutic vaccines


  • Viral pathogenesis


  • Antiviral strategies


  • Studies of virus structure, composition, and genetics


  • Animal models for viral diseases


  • Engineering for viral resistance



The Open Virology Journal, a peer-reviewed journal, is an important and reliable source of current information on important developments in the field. The emphasis will be on publishing quality papers rapidly and making them freely available to researchers worldwide.


About the Editor

L. Andreoletti
Department of Virology
University Champagne-Ardenne

France

Brief Biography

Prof. Laurent Andréoletti obtained his Doctor of Philosophy degree (1994) in Medicine from the University of Lille, France. He is currently Head of the Virology Unit and EA4684 Cardiovir research team at Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Reims, Reims, France. His skills and expertise mainly lie in the subject areas of PCR, Cell Culture, DNA, RNA, Sequencing, Microbiology, Immunology of Infectious Diseases, HIV, Antibodies, Real-Time PCR, Viral Infection, Virology, and Vaccination. Prof. Andréoletti has authored/co-authored over 125 article publications, having a significant number of total citations, i.e. more than 2,240.

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