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Journal of General Virology

Current Issue: Mar 1 2015 12:00:00:000AM

Journal of General Virology (JGV) publishes high-calibre research papers with high production standards, giving the journal a worldwide reputation for excellence and attracting an eminent audience. The journal currently has an Impact Factor of 3.127 (2012).

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JGV, a dynamic journal at the forefront of virology today, attracts an international audience and publishes over 3000 pages of rigorously peer-reviewed, high-calibre research from around the world.

The diverse scope of the journal, which reflects the evolving nature of virology today, includes topics on all aspects of animal, plant, insect, bacterial and fungal viruses, transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, molecular biology and immunology, virus–host interactions and antiviral compounds.

JGV is published monthly and is available in print or online. Our journals are published online with HighWire Press, in both full HTML and as downloadable PDFs. Features include journal cross-linking, eTOCS and supplementary data. The complete archive available back to 1967 is available online.

Journal subscriptions are available in two formats, either Online Only or Print and Online. SGM operates a tiered pricing structure. For more information please visit our subscriptions page.

The Journal's Editorial Board ensures high standards of peer review. Below, Professor Richard Elliott, former Editor-in-Chief of JGV, explains the benefits of submitting your paper to this journal.

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You can find out more about the journal, including how to prepare and submit a manuscript for publication, by visiting our HighWire-hosted site, and you can submit using our online submission system.

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Features of JGV include:

  • Papers in Press - advance online publication of manuscripts accepted for publication in JGV
  • Sophisticated search tools
  • Inter-article and cross-journal linking
  • Supplementary data facility
  • Links to Medline and GenBank
  • Citation tracking and alerts

Benefits to authors:

  • Expert and rigorous review process
  • Excellent editorial standards
  • Online submission and peer review
  • Publish ahead of print scheme
  • Automatic deposition of papers in PubMed Central*
  • No page charges
  • Free colour reproduction*
  • 25 free downloads of your published PDF
  • Self-archiving.
  • Paid immediate open access.

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JGV's impact

In this issue

  1. Factors intrinsic and extrinsic to blood hamper the development of a routine blood test for human prion diseases

    REVIEWS

    Abdel-Haq, H.

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  2. A review of genetic methods and models for analysis of coronavirus-induced severe pneumonitis

    REVIEWS

    McGruder, B., Leibowitz, J. L.

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  3. Monoclonal antibodies specific for the capsid protein of chikungunya virus suitable for multiple applications

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Goh, L. Y. H., Hobson-Peters, J., Prow, N. A., Gardner, J., Bielefeldt-Ohmann, H., Suhrbier, A., Hall, R. A.

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  4. Establishment of a minigenome system for Oropouche virus reveals the S genome segment to be significantly longer than reported previously

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Acrani, G. O., Tilston-Lunel, N. L., Spiegel, M., Weidmann, M., Dilcher, M., Andrade da Silva, D. E., Nunes, M. R. T., Elliott, R. M.

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  5. Mapping of the interaction domains of the Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus nucleocapsid protein

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Macleod, J. M. L., Marmor, H., Garcia-Sastre, A., Frias-Staheli, N.

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  6. Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever replication interplays with regulation mechanisms of apoptosis

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Karlberg, H., Tan, Y.-J., Mirazimi, A.

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  7. Mutational analysis of the functional sites in porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus non-structural protein 10

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Zhang, Y., Li, H., Peng, G., Zhang, Y., Gao, X., Xiao, S., Cao, S., Chen, H., Song, Y.

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  8. Cell culture adaptation mutations in foot-and-mouth disease virus serotype A capsid proteins: implications for receptor interactions

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Mohapatra, J. K., Pandey, L. K., Rai, D. K., Das, B., Rodriguez, L. L., Rout, M., Subramaniam, S., Sanyal, A., Rieder, E., Pattnaik, B.

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  9. Modification of a salmonid alphavirus replicon vector for enhanced expression of heterologous antigens

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Guo, T.-C., Johansson, D. X., Liljestrom, P., Evensen, O., Haugland, O.

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  10. Genetic and antigenic structural characterization for resistance of echovirus 11 to pleconaril in an immunocompromised patient

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Benschop, K. S. M., Wildenbeest, J. G., Koen, G., Minnaar, R. P., van Hemert, F. J., Westerhuis, B. M., Pajkrt, D., van den Broek, P. J., Vossen, A. C. T. M., Wolthers, K. C.

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  11. Chikungunya virus non-structural protein 2-mediated host shut-off disables the unfolded protein response

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Fros, J. J., Major, L. D., Scholte, F. E. M., Gardner, J., van Hemert, M. J., Suhrbier, A., Pijlman, G. P.

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  12. Human G3P

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Tsugawa, T., Rainwater-Lovett, K., Tsutsumi, H.

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  13. Emergence of infectious simian virus 40 whose AT tract in the replication origin/early promoter region is substituted by cellular or viral DNAs

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Keiser, S., Schmidt, K., Bethge, T., Steiger, J., Hirsch, H. H., Schaffner, W., Georgiev, O.

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  14. A large spectrum of alpha and beta papillomaviruses are detected in human stool samples

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Di Bonito, P., Della Libera, S., Petricca, S., Iaconelli, M., Sanguinetti, M., Graffeo, R., Accardi, L., La Rosa, G.

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  15. C-terminal-truncated hepatitis B virus X protein enhances the development of diethylnitrosamine-induced hepatocellular carcinogenesis

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Quetier, I., Brezillon, N., Revaud, J., Ahodantin, J., DaSilva, L., Soussan, P., Kremsdorf, D.

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  16. CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing of Epstein-Barr virus in human cells

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Yuen, K.-S., Chan, C.-P., Wong, N.-H. M., Ho, C.-H., Ho, T.-H., Lei, T., Deng, W., Tsao, S. W., Chen, H., Kok, K.-H., Jin, D.-Y.

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  17. The significance of the individual Meq-clustered miRNAs of Marek's disease virus in oncogenesis

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Teng, M., Yu, Z.-H., Sun, A.-J., Min, Y.-J., Chi, J.-Q., Zhao, P., Su, J.-W., Cui, Z.-Z., Zhang, G.-P., Luo, J.

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  18. C3H strain of mouse mammary tumour virus, like GR strain, infects human mammary epithelial cells, albeit less efficiently than murine mammary epithelial cells

    RETROVIRUSES

    Konstantoulas, C. J., Indik, S.

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  19. Nucleotide analogue-resistant mutations in hepatitis B viral genomes found in hepatitis B patients

    RETROVIRUSES

    Fan, J., Zhang, Y., Xiong, H., Wang, Y., Guo, X.

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  20. An investigation of the breadth of neutralizing antibody response in cats naturally infected with feline immunodeficiency virus

    RETROVIRUSES

    Bęczkowski, P. M., Logan, N., McMonagle, E., Litster, A., Willett, B. J., Hosie, M. J.

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  21. A soluble envelope protein of endogenous retrovirus (FeLIX) present in serum of domestic cats mediates infection of a pathogenic variant of feline leukemia virus

    RETROVIRUSES

    Sakaguchi, S., Shojima, T., Fukui, D., Miyazawa, T.

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  22. Temporal expression profiling of novel Spodoptera litura nucleopolyhedrovirus-encoded microRNAs upon infection of Sf21 cells

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Kharbanda, N., Jalali, S. K., Ojha, R., Bhatnagar, R. K.

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  23. Phylodynamic evidence of the migration of turnip mosaic potyvirus from Europe to Australia and New Zealand

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Yasaka, R., Ohba, K., Schwinghamer, M. W., Fletcher, J., Ochoa-Corona, F. M., Thomas, J. E., Ho, S. Y. W., Gibbs, A. J., Ohshima, K.

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  24. Diagnosis and discovery of fungal viruses using deep sequencing of small RNAs

    FUNGAL

    Vainio, E. J., Jurvansuu, J., Streng, J., Rajamaki, M.-L., Hantula, J., Valkonen, J. P. T.

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