Virology & Antiviral Research

Virology & Antiviral Research

AIDS/HIV and Family

This  case is explain as like the family  and other main studies and review studies  describing  the Impression of HIV/AIDS on the family and family members. This case  is  discussed  in the  circumstances  of the communication  within  the  family Read more…

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Posted by Praveen - 01/02/2013 at 00:33

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Gene Expression in HIV/SIV is differential : Lymphomas is Associated and Spontaneous

This is a diffusion of large B-cell lymphoma is more widespread in a particular area at a particular time and it is more often fatal In that person which is infected by HIV and in that monkey which is infected by the SIV as compared to the that person which is immune-competent. Read more…

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Posted by Praveen - 01/02/2013 at 00:12

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Viruses are Ubiquitous on Earth

Viruses infect all cellular life forms: eukaryotes and prokaryotes. The viruses that infect prokaryotes are often referred to as bacteriophagesor phages for short.

The presence of viruses is obvious in host organisms showing signs of disease. Read more…

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Posted by John Benson - 23/01/2013 at 06:10

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New Alternatives to prevent Hepatitis C Virus

Presence of inflammatory cells in the tissue of the organ is called hepatitis. As hepatitis cause severe health problems and spreading rapidly through the world there is a high necessity to find vaccinations. Hepatitis C is a chronic infectious disease Read more…

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Posted by James V - 22/01/2013 at 03:52

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Virus associated cancers in animals

A number of cancers in animal species have been found to be associated with viruses. Outbreaks of some of these diseases can have serious economic consequences in agriculture. Few examples of animal cancers associated with retroviruses and a herpivirus. Read more…

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Posted by John Benson - 09/01/2013 at 22:48

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Virology: Use of Viruses in Different Fields like Genetic Engineering, Nanotechnology etc

Viruses are tiny, nonliving particles that must have a host cell to replicate and flourish. They are extremely small and cause disease. They differ from all other forms of life in that they are not cells–they are acellular. Read more…

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Posted by John Benson - 20/12/2012 at 05:24

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