Published since 1953, Advances in Virus Research covers a diverse range of in-depth reviews providing a valuable overview of the current field of virology.
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Virologists, medical technologists, and medical researchers
Advances in Virus Research, 1st Edition
Kakugo virus from brains of aggressive worker honeybees
Host Factors and RNA Virus Amplication: RNA Viruses Redirect Host Factors to Better Amplify Their Genome
Tomato spotted wilt virus particle assembly and the prospects of fluorescence microscopy to study protein-protein interactions involved
Influenza virus virulence and its molecular determinants
Alteration and analyses of viral entry with library-derived peptides
A Decade of Advances in Iridovirus Research