Current Research in Virology

Aims and Scope

American Journal of Virology is an international open access journal, which offers authors the opportunity to publish articles in all the fundamental and interdisciplinary areas of virology encompassing, applied, theoretical and experimental research. American Journal of Virology aims to provide a coherent outlet for high quality scientific research subjected to quality control verification and acceptance by the peer review, supply a platform for researchers to present new research and development in their areas of expertise, provide access to the expanding knowledge across the discipline and expose and stimulate debate on current issues in the field of virology.
American Journal of Virology publishes high quality manuscript related to but not limited to:

  1. Infection Control
  2. Antimicrobial Agents
  3. Antiviral Drug Development
  4. Antiviral Drugs
  5. Antiviral Research
  6. Antiviral Therapy
  7. Antivirals & resistance
  8. Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology
  9. Atherosclerosis Supplements
  10. Bacteriophage
  11. Biological Macromolecules
  12. Cancer Genetics
  13. Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics
  14. Cellular Response to Infection
  15. Clinical and Applied Immunology
  16. Clinical Virology
  17. Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease
  18. Drug Resistance Updates
  19. Emerging viruses
  20. Environmental virology
  21. Enzyme and Microbial Technology
  22. Epidemics
  23. Experimental Parasitology
  24. Food Microbiology
  25. Hepatology Research
  26. Hospital Infection
  27. Immunological Methods
  28. Infection
  29. Medical Microbiology
  30. Medical Mycology
  31. Mycobacteriology
  32. Mycological Research
  33. Mycoscience
  34. Origin of viruses
  35. Parasitology
  36. Pathogenesis and Immunity
  37. Plasmid
  38. Protist
  39. Protistology
  40. Tuberculosis
  41. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology
  42. Veterinary Microbiology
  43. Viral epidemiology
  44. Viral genomics
  45. Viral immunology
  46. Viral pathogenesis
  47. Virus classification
  48. Virus dynamics, mathematical and simulation models of virus infections
  49. Virus entry
  50. Virus evolution
  51. Virus replication in animals and plants
  52. Virus structure & function
  53. Virus structures, genomes
  54. Virus-Cell Interactions
  55. virus-like agents, viroids, prions