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Virologie, the official journal of the French Society of Virology has been indexed Medline/PubMed, since February 2019.

Virologie offers top-level information for all those for whom virology is already the main or an important part of their activity: biologists, clinicians, pharmacists, veterinarians, agronomists, etc.
Made up of review articles written by the best clinicians and researchers in the field, Virology provides detailed data and reports on the latests knowledge, drawing onthe most recent publication in the international literature.

A new section for review articles written in english will be open, the "english e-section of Virologie".




Volume 24, issue 4, Juillet-Août 2020


En accès libre Test, test, test, something good will always remain of it
Nicolas Lévêque
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In Memoriam

Article Hervé Moreau 16/10/1958 - 05/07/2020
Gwenaël Piganeau, Nigel Grimsley


Article Intracellular transport of Alphaherpesvirinae
Roger Lippé

Article Introduction to the antivirals against Dengue virus
Margot Carocci

Article Nuclear export of viral RNAs in metazoan
Julie Kubina, Jón Pol Gales, Angèle Geldreich, Clément Bouton, Mario Keller, Maria Dimitrova

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En accès libre Hervé Moreau 16/10/1958 - 05/07/2020
Gwenaël Piganeau, Nigel Grimsley
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En accès libre Arbo-France: a French network for the study of human and animal arboviruses
Bernadette Murgue, Anna Bella Failloux, Xavier de Lamballerie
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