Negative strand RNA viruses – the state of the art

Virus Research It was my priveledge to work with Brian Mahy many years ago. Brian has just retired as long-serving Editor of Virus Research, and his swansong is an excellent special issue on negative strand RNA viruses – an important read for all virologists and an even more impirtant one for all aspiring virologists.

Virus Research: Negative Strand RNA Viruses Special Issue

  • Insights on influenza pathogenesis from the grave
  • Taming influenza viruses
  • Induction and evasion of type I interferon responses by influenza viruses
  • Immune responses to influenza virus infection
  • Novel vaccines against influenza viruses
  • Prospects for controlling future pandemics of influenza
  • New concepts in measles virus replication: Getting in and out in vivo and modulating the host cell environment
  • Recombinant vaccines against the mononegaviruses—What we have learned from animal disease controls
  • Biological feasibility of measles eradication
  • Progress in understanding and controlling respiratory syncytial virus: Still crazy after all these years
  • An unconventional pathway of mRNA cap formation by vesiculoviruses
  • Rhabdovirus accessory genes
  • Structural insights into the rhabdovirus transcription/replication complex
  • Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome
  • Progress in recombinant DNA-derived vaccines for Lassa virus and filoviruses
  • Borna disease virus – Fact and fantasy
  • A review of Nipah and Hendra viruses with an historical aside
  • Negative-strand RNA viruses: The plant-infecting counterparts
  • Quasispecies as a matter of fact: Viruses and beyond

 

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