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It’s very rare to find a long term prospective on any science topic being published in scientific journals. Continue reading
Because plant cells are not identical to animal cells, plant viruses are significantly different from animal viruses in several ways. Continue reading
Science poised to eliminate polio from the planet but a new study shows that the job won’t be over when the last case of the disease is recorded. Continue reading
Both airline and commuter road travel influence flu virus distribution in the continental USA. Continue reading
This short review highlights the spectrum of innate strategies used by bacteria to evade phage predation. Continue reading
A useful short review from Stephen Harrison which approaches viral memberane fusion from a structural biology standpoint. Continue reading
CCR5 deficiency predisposes to fatal outcomes in influenza virus infection. Continue reading