Virologica Sinica

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ISSN: 1995-820X
CN: 42-1760/Q
p-ISSN: 1674-0769

Virologica Sinica

Open access

Virologica Sinica is an international journal which aims at presenting the cutting-edge research on viruses all over the world. The journal publishes peer-reviewed original research articles, reviews,...

Virologica Sinica is an international journal which aims at presenting the cutting-edge research on viruses all over the world. The journal publishes peer-reviewed original research articles, reviews, and letters to the editor, to encompass the latest developments in all branches of virology, including research on animal, plant and microbe viruses. The journal welcomes articles on virus discovery and characterization, viral epidemiology, viral pathogenesis, virus-host interaction, vaccine development, antiviral agents and therapies, and virus related bio-techniques. Virologica Sinica, the official journal of Chinese Society for Microbiology, will serve as a platform for the communication and exchange of academic information and ideas in an international context.

Virologica Sinica was published with SpringerNature from 2007 to 2021. The full text contents of archive issues can be freely accessed through PubMed Central (available at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/3534).

Mutual antagonism of mouse-adaptation mutations in HA and PA proteins on H9N2 virus replication

Naturally occurring PAE206K point mutation in 2009 H1N1 pandemic influenza viruses impairs viral replication at high temperatures

Drug repurposing screen identifies vidofludimus calcium and pyrazofurin as novel chemical entities for the development of hepatitis E interventions

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1. Pangolin HKU4-related coronaviruses found in greater bamboo bats from southern China

2. Allogeneic gene-edited HIV-specific CAR-T cells secreting PD-1 blocking scFv enhance specific cytotoxic activity against HIV Env+ cells invivo

3. Updates on CRISPR-based gene editing in HIV-1/AIDS therapy

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Understanding SARS-CoV-2-Mediated Inflammatory Responses: From Mechanisms to Potential Therapeutic Tools

On the Calculation of TCID<inf>50</inf> for Quantitation of Virus Infectivity

SARS-Coronavirus-2 Nsp13 Possesses NTPase and RNA Helicase Activities That Can Be Inhibited by Bismuth Salts

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2023 Reviewer Acknowledgment

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Virologica Sinica Latest impact factor: 5.5

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Journal Archive Issues (2007-2023)

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