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Archives of Virology(研究方向:病毒学) (官网投稿)

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Archives of Virology(月刊),创刊于1975年,出版国家为澳大利亚。杂志从病毒,病毒样药物和人类,动物,植物,昆虫和细菌的病毒感染研究的各个部门出版原始资料。覆盖范围涵盖广泛的主题,从新发现的病毒的描述,到病毒结构,组成和遗传学的研究,到与宿主细胞,生物和群体的病毒相互作用的研究。研究采用分子生物学,分子遗传学,目前的免疫学和流行病学方法。内容包括关于个体宿主病毒感染的分子发病机理,病理生理学和遗...[显示全部]
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Author Guidelines

 

Aims and Scope

 

Archives of Virology publishes original contributions from all branches of research on viruses and virus-like agents that infect humans and other animals, plants, insects, and bacteria.

 

Coverage includes the broadest spectrum of topics, from initial descriptions of newly discovered viruses, to studies of virus structure, composition, replication, genetics, phylogeny, immunity, as well as of virus interactions with host cells, host organisms, and host populations.

 

Submission of papers describing applied research in vaccine and antiviral drug development as well as diagnostics, including high throughput sequencing, bioinformatics and the discovery of new viruses are also encouraged

 

In all cases, it is the quality of the research work, its significance, and originality that will determine acceptability.

 

Types of papers

Archives of Virology publishes Original Articles, Brief Reports, Brief Reviews, Rapid Communications, Annotated Sequence Records, and Special Issues.

The journal will accept manuscripts with high-quality electron micrographs of viruses representing new taxa. Genomic variants and papers without proof of novelty will not be considered for peer review. Electron micrographs of poor contrast, unsharp and of small size, as well as micrographs without an indication of dimensions or of the methods used will be rejected. Complete particle descriptions, comparisons with viruses of the same host groups, discussion of relationships and evidence of novelty must be presented.

Original Articles

Papers describing sequences only will only be considered for publication as “Original Articles” or “Brief Reports” if the genomic organization derived from the nucleotide sequences determined differs fundamentally from those of typical members of the virus genus/family. Preferably, the biological significance and function of certain sequence differences should also have been experimentally addressed.

If a manuscript only describes the c•o•m•p•l•e•t•e sequence of a virus for which no or only very limited sequence information is available, the manuscript can be considered for submission in the format of an Annotated Sequence Record (see link ‘Annotated Sequence Records’)”. To facilitate a thorough review of any sequence-based manuscript, sequences generated by the author(s) and described in the manuscript should be either available from GenBank or some other public database, or provided as FASTA (or similar) files together with the submitted manuscript.

Original articles should not exceed 20 pages when printed (a manuscript pages with 3600 characters usually results in one printed page).

Their content should be arranged as follows:

Title Page (see below)

Abstract (see below)

Introduction: The Introduction should supply sufficient background information to establish the context of the present study—it should allow the reader to see the rationale for the present work and to understand and evaluate present results—it should not be too general, nor should it take the form of an exhaustive review of the subject. The Introduction should usually end with one or two sentences that capture the essence of the article: e.g., “In this paper we report the discovery of …”

Materials and methods: The Materials and methods section should provide sufficient information to permit the work to be repeated. For commonly used methods, a brief description (to avoid constant need to refer to previous publications) and citation of a reference are sufficient. New methods should be described completely, giving sources of unusual chemicals, equipment, and supplies. When large numbers of viruses, mutants, etc., are used in a study, a table may be used to identify sources, properties, etc.

Results: The Results section should include the outcome of experiments; extensive interpretations of experimental data should be reserved for the Discussion section. Data should be presented in text, tables, or figures—the same data should not be repeated in two or three forms.

Discussion: The Discussion section should not merely restate the experimental results and immediate conclusions. It should be constructive, interpretive, analytical, and it should establish the relationship between the results obtained and previously published work. It should note problems, such as conflicts with the ideas and data of others, and it should indicate the value of the results for future research.

Acknowledgments: Acknowledgments of personal assistance and financial support should be stated in concise terms.

References (see below)

Brief Reports

Papers describing sequences only will only be considered for publication as “Original Articles” or “Brief Reports” if the genomic organization derived from the nucleotide sequences determined differs fundamentally from those of typical members of the virus genus/family. Preferably, the biological significance and function of certain sequence differences should also have been experimentally addressed.

If a manuscript only describes the complete sequence of a virus for which no or only very limited sequence information is available, the manuscript can be considered for submission in the format of an Annotated Sequence Record (see link ‘Annotated Sequence Records’)”. To facilitate a thorough review of any sequence-based manuscript, sequences generated by the author(s) and described in the manuscript should be either available from GenBank or some other public database, or provided as FASTA (or similar) files together with the submitted manuscript.

Brief Reports are intended for the presentation of observations that do not warrant a full-length article—they are not meant for preliminary communication of incomplete studies.

They should not exceed six pages (21000 characters incl. spaces) when printed. This should include all the text, i. e. short Abstract (no more than 100 words), Acknowledgements, References and legends. Division of the text by headings of sections should be omitted, but the general sequence of introduction, materials and methods, results, and discussion may be generally maintained. References should be cited in the same way as in full-length articles. In addition to the text, a maximum of 3 figures or 3 Tables (any combination of 3 such items) can be included.

Review

Reviews are intended to draw together important information from recent publications on subjects of broad interest. They are meant to provide a venue for critical examination and considered opinion of such information.

Reviews are not meant to be encyclopedic, and should not exceed 20 pages when printed. Reviews may contain figures and tables. References should be cited in the same way as in full-length articles. It is recommended that authors contact a member of the Editorial Board beforehand to determine if a proposed review is likely to be suitable for publication.

Rapid Communications

Rapid Communications should not exceed four pages when printed. They should include a brief Abstract of no more than 35 words and may include one line drawing or table. References should be cited in the same way as in full-length articles. Authors should explain in a cover letter why publication is urgent. Editorial review will be accelerated, and proofs will be checked by the publisher. Accepted Rapid Communications will be published no later than three months after receipt.

Annotated Sequence Records

Annotated Sequence Record papers are intended to draw attention to the availability of complete viral sequences that are different from those of known sequenced isolates. Currently, we welcome the molecular description of isolate(s) in the format of an Annotated Sequence Record only if (i) the complete genome sequence of a new or established member of a virus genus is reported for the first time and (ii) the isolate of a virus species under study has unusual molecular features (in terms of differences in sequence identity, genome organization or recombination) and/or differs strikingly from other isolates of the virus in biological properties. Sequences that do not differ from already deposited or published type (reference) sequences by more than random mutations will not be accepted for publication.

These papers should not exceed two pages in length, when printed (which equals four manuscript pages with 1800 characters each [incl. spaces], including references and figure legends, but excluding the title page and tables) and should not have more than 2 figures or tables.

The report should give information on the provenance of the virus material (isolated by whom, when and where; together with a reference if available), a reference to the sequence (accession number), an annotated diagram of the sequence information (ORFs, promoters, control sequences etc.), some biological information (host range, pathogenicity, etc.) and the justification for considering why the material is different from previously published isolates.

To facilitate a thorough review of any sequence-based manuscript, sequences generated by the author(s) and described in the manuscript should be either available from GenBank or some other public database, or provided as FASTA (or similar) files together with the submitted manuscript.

Special Issues

Special issues of Archives of Virology are published to record the proceedings of meetings, symposia, conferences, and congresses on various virologic topics, special issues are also published to record multi-authored treatises and reviews of large, complex virologic topics. In general, special issues are of similar size and page format as the regular issues of Archives of Virology; the number of pages per issue is limited to 240 pages. The Archives of Virology provides full and flexible publishing and marketing services, in timely fashion. Individuals who are organizing a meeting, symposium, conference, or congress, and individuals who would like to organize the writing and publication of a treatise or large review are invited to communicate directly with the Special Issues Editor for further information.

Virology Division News:

Papers published under the rubric Virology Division News (VDN) should describe news and developments that are of interest to the Virology Community, including papers on virus taxonomy, classification, and nomenclature, as well as minutes of IUMS or ICTV committees and obituaries of prominent virologists.

If the authors suggest or discuss novel taxa, the authors should include the following Disclaimer to the article:

The taxonomic changes suggested/proposed/described here

(i) have not been endorsed by the ICTV Executive Committee,

(ii) may differ from any new taxonomy that is ultimately approved by the ICTV, and

(iii) is presented for discussion only but has no official standing.

Further and if applicable, the authors should add the following sentence: “this article is related to an ongoing taxonomic proposal, submitted to the ICTV but not yet accepted at the time of submission."

 

编委会

 

PV AguilarGalvestonTXUSA

感兴趣的领域:布尼亚病毒,新出现的病毒疾病,登革热病毒,载体传播的病毒,黄病毒,流感,正粘病毒,披膜病毒,病毒宿主细胞相互作用

 

M. CarpenterWinnipegMBCanada

感兴趣的领域:人/动物病毒,肝炎病毒,动物病毒分子生物学,病毒宿主细胞相互作用的诊断

 

Z. ChenYangzhouJSChina

感兴趣的领域:动脉病毒; 冠状病毒; 副粘病毒; 小核糖核酸病毒; ; 腺病毒; 圆环病毒; 黄病毒; 新出现的病毒病; Mononegaviruses; 兽医病毒

 

R.HA CouttsHatfieldUK

感兴趣的领域:真菌病毒,closteroviruses,内科病毒,partitiviruses,双子病毒,弓形病毒

 

D. DielBrookingsSDUSA

感兴趣的领域:痘病毒,疱疹病毒,副粘病毒,正粘病毒,小核糖核酸病毒,冠状病毒,禽流

感病毒在动物/兽医病毒学

 

RG DietzgenSt. LuciaQLDAustralia

感兴趣的领域:分子病毒 - 植物 - 昆虫相互作用,病毒生物多样性和

真菌和植物病毒学中的进化评估

 

H.EbiharaHamiltonMTUSA

感兴趣的领域:斑马鱼,布尼瓦病毒,埃博拉病毒,新出现的病毒病,filoviruses,马尔堡病毒,人畜共患病

 

TK FreyAtlantaGAUSA

感兴趣的领域:RNA病毒,大型DNA病毒

 

G. KeilGreifswaldGermany

感兴趣的领域:疱疹病毒,病毒 - 宿主相互作用,病毒疫苗

 

H.-D. KlenkMarburgGermany

感兴趣的领域:负链RNA病毒的结构,复制和发病机制; 结构,生物合成和病毒糖蛋白的功能

 

C.-S. 林,高雄,台湾

感兴趣的领域:鱼病毒,噬菌体,蛋白质结构和基因组

 

西班牙马拉加的纳瓦斯 - 卡斯蒂略

大学感兴趣的领域:新兴植物病毒病,克罗斯病毒,植物病毒诊断,鸟类病毒,双子病毒,植物病毒分子生物学,植物病毒系统发育,植物病毒进化,植物病毒 - 宿主相互作用,卫星,植物病毒的向量传播,病毒分类,病毒分类法

 

H. NeveKielGermany

感兴趣的领域:噬菌体,电子显微镜和病毒结构


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