Advances of Techniques in Virology

Study of the Viruses, or Virus-like agents is called as Virology. That includes, the study of cultivation, disease-producing properties, genetics and taxonomy. The International Committee of Viral Taxonomy (ICTV), developed a universal taxonomic system for all the viruses, by classifying it on the basis of the viral genome.  W.M. Staley is considered as father of Virology.  

Virology, the study of viruses & virus-like-agents, was earlier known as Virulogy. The field of Virology explores the beneficial characteristics, the taxonomy, virulence, molecular virology & medical aspects in anti-viral therapies and the current use of viruses in nano-biotechnology. Although a small field in microbiology, it is a vast field by itself, where the study is not only limited to the viruses, but the applications of viruses along with other microbes as well. The field is so huge, that the sub-field of Virology is in by itself a huge field of study. The perspectives of Viruses have always revolved with their virulence; with their beneficial aspects being explored by researchers and industries. The most important beneficial aspect of these viruses has been in the field of viral therapies

Study of the Viruses, or Virus-like agents is called as Virology. That includes, the study of cultivation, disease-producing properties, genetics and taxonomy. The International Committee of Viral Taxonomy (ICTV), developed a universal taxonomic system for all the viruses, by classifying it on the basis of the viral genome.  W.M. Staley is considered as father of Virology.  

  • Viral Classifications and Evolutions
  • Pediatric Viral Infections
  • Neuro-Viral Infections
  • Vaccines and Anti-Virals
  • Plant and Animal Viral Infections
  • Human Viral Infections
  • Sexually Transmitted Viral Infections
  • HIV- TB Co-Infections
  • Re-emerging Viral Infections
  • Tumor Virology
  • Translational Virology
  • Molecular Virology
  • Viral Vectors, Viral and Gene Therapies
  • Medical & Clinical Virology
  • Agricultural Virology
  • Veterinary Virology
  • Bio-Threat Agents and Counter Measures

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