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Journal of General Virology

Current Issue: May 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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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. Nucleotide sequence conservation in paramyxoviruses; the concept of codon constellation

    REVIEWS

    Rima, B. K.

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  2. Cassava brown streak disease: a threat to food security in Africa

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Patil, B. L., Legg, J. P., Kanju, E., Fauquet, C. M.

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  3. Phylogenetically distinct equine influenza viruses show different tropism for the swine respiratory tract

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Patrono, L. V., Bonfante, F., Zanardello, C., Terregino, C., Capua, I., Murcia, P. R.

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  4. Two novel reassortants of avian influenza A (H5N6) virus in China

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Bi, Y., Mei, K., Shi, W., Liu, D., Yu, X., Gao, Z., Zhao, L., Gao, G. F., Chen, J., Chen, Q.

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  5. Identification of conformational neutralization sites on the fusion protein of mumps virus

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Šantak, M., Orvell, C., Gulija, T. K.

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  6. Bat and pig IFN-induced transmembrane protein 3 restrict cell entry by influenza virus and lyssaviruses

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Benfield, C. T. O., Smith, S. E., Wright, E., Wash, R. S., Ferrara, F., Temperton, N. J., Kellam, P.

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  7. Glycoprotein E of the Japanese encephalitis virus forms virus-like particles and induces syncytia when expressed by a baculovirus

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Du, R., Yin, F., Wang, M., Hu, Z., Wang, H., Deng, F.

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  8. Construction of an infectious cDNA clone of genotype 1 avian hepatitis E virus: characterization of its pathogenicity in broiler breeders and demonstration of its utility in studying the role of the hypervariable region in virus replication

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Park, S.-J., Lee, B.-W., Moon, H.-W., Sung, H. W., Yoon, B.-I., Meng, X.-J., Kwon, H. M.

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  9. Annexin A2 is involved in the production of classical swine fever virus infectious particles

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Sheng, C., Liu, X., Jiang, Q., Xu, B., Zhou, C., Wang, Y., Chen, J., Xiao, M.

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  10. Prediction and characterization of novel epitopes of serotype A foot-and-mouth disease viruses circulating in East Africa using site-directed mutagenesis

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Bari, F. D., Parida, S., Asfor, A. S., Haydon, D. T., Reeve, R., Paton, D. J., Mahapatra, M.

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  11. Last 20 aa of the West Nile virus NS1' protein are responsible for its retention in cells and the formation of unique heat-stable dimers

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Young, L. B., Melian, E. B., Setoh, Y. X., Young, P. R., Khromykh, A. A.

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  12. Pregnancy serum facilitates hepatitis E virus replication in vitro

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Bi, Y., Yang, C., Yu, W., Zhao, X., Zhao, C., He, Z., Jing, S., Wang, H., Huang, F.

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  13. The neonatal Fc receptor does not modulate hepatitis C virus neutralization

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Morel, A., Passot, C., Arnoult, C., Dumans, A., Beaumont, E., Gouilleux-Gruart, V., Roingeard, P., Blanchard, E.

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  14. Genetic characterization of human coxsackievirus A6 variants associated with atypical hand, foot and mouth disease: a potential role of recombination in emergence and pathogenicity

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Gaunt, E., Harvala, H., Osterback, R., Sreenu, V. B., Thomson, E., Waris, M., Simmonds, P.

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  15. Identification of a functional motif in the AqRV NS26 protein required for enhancing the fusogenic activity of FAST protein NS16

    ANIMAL: RNA VIRUSES

    Guo, H., Chen, Q., Yan, L., Zhang, J., Yan, S., Zhang, F., Fang, Q.

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  16. Characterization of mAbs to chicken anemia virus and epitope mapping on its viral protein, VP1

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Trinh, D. Q., Ogawa, H., Bui, V. N., Baatartsogt, T., Kizito, M. K., Yamaguchi, S., Imai, K.

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  17. The ORF3 protein of porcine circovirus type 2 promotes secretion of IL-6 and IL-8 in porcine epithelial cells by facilitating proteasomal degradation of regulator of G protein signalling 16 through physical interaction

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Choi, C.-Y., Rho, S. B., Kim, H.-S., Han, J., Bae, J., Lee, S. J., Jung, W.-W., Chun, T.

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  18. Identification of DNA sequences that imply a novel gammaherpesvirus in seals

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Bodewes, R., Contreras, G. J. S., Garcia, A. R., Hapsari, R., van de Bildt, M. W. G., Kuiken, T., Osterhaus, A. D. M. E.

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  19. Calpains mediate the proteolytic modification of human cytomegalovirus UL112-113 proteins

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Wang, S.-K., Jiang, M. J., Lin, S.-R., Chen, M.-Y., Wang, H.-H., Duh, C.-Y.

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  20. Murine cytomegalovirus strains co-replicate at multiple tissue sites and establish co-persistence in salivary glands in the absence of Ly49H-mediated competition

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    McWhorter, A. R., Smith, L. M., Shellam, G. R., Redwood, A. J.

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  21. Clinical signs, pathology and dose-dependent survival of adult wood frogs, Rana sylvatica, inoculated orally with frog virus 3 Ranavirus sp., Iridoviridae

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Forzn, M. J., Jones, K. M., Vanderstichel, R. V., Wood, J., Kibenge, F. S. B., Kuiken, T., Wirth, W., Ariel, E., Daoust, P.-Y.

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  22. Functional characterization of hesp018, a baculovirus-encoded serpin gene

    ANIMAL: DNA VIRUSES

    Ardisson-Araujo, D. M. P., Rohrmann, G. F., Ribeiro, B. M., Clem, R. J.

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  23. Genetic diversity in three bovine-like human G8P

    OTHER VIRUSES

    Medici, M. C., Tummolo, F., Bonica, M. B., Heylen, E., Zeller, M., Calderaro, A., Matthijnssens, J.

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  24. Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus phages: effect of translation initiation efficiency on differential codon adaptation mediated by virulent and temperate lifestyles

    PHAGE

    Prabhakaran, R., Chithambaram, S., Xia, X.

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  25. New enveloped dsRNA phage from freshwater habitat

    PHAGE

    Mantynen, S., Laanto, E., Kohvakka, A., Poranen, M. M., Bamford, J. K. H., Ravantti, J. J.

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  26. RNA transcripts of full-length cDNA clones of rabbit hepatitis E virus are infectious in rabbits

    RETRACTION

    Cossaboom, C. M., Huang, Y.-W., Yugo, D. M., Kenney, S. P., Pineyro, P., Matzinger, S. R., Heffron, C. L., Pierson, F. W., Meng, X.-J.

  27. Consensus proposals for classification of the family Hepeviridae

    CORRIGENDUM

    Smith, D. B., Simmonds, P., members of the International Committee on the Taxonomy of Viruses Hepeviridae Study Group, Jameel, S., Emerson, S. U., Harrison, T. J., Meng, X.-J., Okamoto, H., Van der Poel, W. H. M., Purdy, M. A.

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