Journal of antivirals & antiretroviral is one of the best open access journals in the field of virology. The open access policy of the journals mainly aims at increasing the visibility and accessibility of the published quality work and thus providing the desirable researches to the readers.
Antiviral Chemistry & Chemotherapy covers research on all aspects such as preclinical development of antiviral drugs, including their chemical and biochemical synthesis, biochemistry, pharmacology, mode of action, and studies on virology, as well as studies in animal models. The large number of useful antiviral compounds is increasing rapidly day by day. Although most of the recent attempts to develop new antiviral agents have been focused highly on RNA viruses (in particularly, HIV and hepatitis C virus), a few new compounds are now ready to entry into the important fields of DNA viruses. Most of the compounds are arranged by virus targets thus they are divided into many inhibitors such as RNA viruses and retroviruses, particularly poxviruses, such as variola virus, because of the bioterrorist context, and herpes viruses, such as herpes simplex virus and cytomegalovirus, where the market scene has for many years been dominated by acyclovir, penciclovir and ganciclovir and their respective orally bioavailable prodrugs: valaciclovir, famciclovir and valganciclovir
OMICS Group international is the best open access publishers with expert reviewers and renowned scientists in its Editorial Board. Both editors and reviewers actively participate in the peer-review process and help in completing the review process within time.
Omics group is now providing an opportunity to authors to share their valuable research on virology across linguistic borders in different languages such as French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and English. By translating scientific paper into the mentioned languages we ensure an efficient exchange of knowledge and scientific experience. The translation process is always followed by strict review procedures to ensure absolute correctness
Last date updated on February, 2021