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Virus proteomics-ScidocPublishers

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International Journal of Virology Studies & Research (IJVSR) ISSN:2330-0027 is a comprehensive, peer reviewed journal devoted to Virology Studies & Research. IJVSR, published by SciDoc is an open access journal that includes high quality papers, which covers all major areas of Virology Studies & Research. SciDoc with its Open Access publication model spreads all the day-to-day developments and research to readers around the world.

IJVSR aims to publish all the latest and outstanding research articles, reviews and letters in all areas of Virology. It contains a series of timely, in-depth written articles by scholars & researchers in the field, covering a wide range of the integration of multidimensional challenges of research of Virology

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Virus proteomics-ScidocPublishers

  1. 1. International Journal of Virology Studies & Research (IJVSR) ISSN:2330-0027 Microbial population is expanding its horizon, by transforming and duplicating itself into many new forms, in order to produce itself as a new variant. There are many such classifications under the microbes such as the Bacteria,Fungus, Virus, Protozoans and Algae. One such microbe classification, which is duplicating itself, and expanding its entire kingdom is Virus. The studies involved with Virus, is Virology. To name some of the present, deadly diseases caused by virus are - HIV, EBOLA, HPV, H1N1 etc. A microbiologist is attaining his complete knowledge about the Virus, through Virology studies. The world is thriving and dying, because of the above mentioned diseases. In order to maintain, a sustained, balanced and a healthy environment, ongoing research is done on Virology. Viruses are the smallest and simplest microbes, just a ball of genes wrapped in a shell - about a millionth of an inch across. No one knows exactly how long they've been on Earth or how they evolved. Once they are inside the body, viruses can spread and make people sick. They reproduce by injecting their genes into a cell to produce thousands of new viruses. In order to reduce the growth of viruses, preventive measures have been followed throughout the world. The host organism for a virus can vary from a small seed,to a large whale, in the due course, which includes plants, human beings, animals and even birds. Proper steps are taken by the researchers while preparing therapeutics in order to cure the Viral disease, such as they are involved in preparation of various Viral vaccines and therapeutics. To know further such ongoing research in the field of Virology, all the up-to-date, information, will be available at SciDoc Publishers LLC, USA. Various research,review based articles on virology, will be available at SciDoc Publishers. Related keywords for IJVSR: 1. Virology 2. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) 3. EBOLA 4. Viral Vaccines 5. HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) 6. Plant virus 7. Animal virus 8. Influenza virus – Humans, Animals, Avians 9. Vaccination 10. RNA virus enzyme 11. DNA virus 12. Gene Therapy 13. Bacteriophages Related links: http://scidoc.org/IJVSR.php Social networking related links: https://www.facebook.com/pages/International-Journal-of-Virology-Studies-Research- IJVSR/152788601546660

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