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Virologie

Virologie

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".

 

 

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Volume 24, issue 6, Novembre-Décembre 2020

Éditorial

En accès libre Host-pathogen interactions in the backyard of HIV-1 infection
Andrea Cimarelli
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In memoriam

En accès libre Renaud Mahieux (1968-2020)
Chloé Journo, Hélène Dutartre
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Tribunes ouvertes Covid-19

Article Fighting the COVID-19 using the One Health Approach
François Meurens

Article Covid-19, september 2020: fall storm warning
Henri Agut

Revues

Article Cellular and antiviral functions of TRIM5α
Soumia Khalfi, Natacha Mérindol, Lionel Berthoux

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english e-section

En accès libre Host-pathogen interactions in the backyard of HIV-1 infection
Andrea Cimarelli
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En accès libre Viral sensing by RNA helicases
Claire Rousseau, Carine Meignin
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Facing challenges with the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 outbreak

On December 31, 2019, Chinese authorities reported a cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan, China, most of which included patients who
reported exposure to a seafood market selling live animals. Emergence of a new pathogenic zoonotic coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was suspected. By the
12th January 2020, several full genomic sequences were made available by Chinese authorities through the Global Initiative on Sharing All Influenza Data (GISAID) public platform [...]

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