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Research & Reviews: A Journal of Microbiology & Virology

ISSN: 2230-9853


Focus and Scope

About the Journal

Research & Reviews: A Journal of Microbiology & Virology [2230-9853(e)] is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2011 focused on the rapid publication of fundamental research papers in all areas of Microbiology and Virology. The Journal intends to publish recent advancements in the field of Microbiology and Virology.

Focus and Scope

  • Industrial Microbiology: Green Revolution, genetically engineered plants, pharmaceuticals, fertilizer, horticultural crop plants, bacteria, yeast, fungi, mammalian, insect cells, plants, plant cell cultures, transgenic animals, biopolymers, medicinal products, Genetic variation, angiosperm, gymnosperm species, micropropagation, monoclonal antibodies, monospecific antibodies, diagnostics, human growth hormone, chemotherapy, cystic fibrosis, antisense therapies, cytokines, monoclonal antibodies, growth factors, soluble receptors, fusion proteins, vaccines, coagulation factors, Therapeutic target.

  • Food & Dairy Microbiology: fermented foods cheese, yogurt, bread, beer, and wine; and microbes, microorganisms, contaminate food, food spoilage; pathogens, probiotics, lactic acid, bacteria, ferment dairy products, aerobic, anaerobic, flat sour, thermophilic and sulfide-producing, Microbial toxins, metabolism, nutrients, Polymerase chain reaction, nucleic acids, Carbohydrates, sugars, starches, acetic acid, chocolate, cream, candies, yeasts.

  • Agricultural & Plant Microbiology: free-living bacteria, actinomycetes, fungi, protozoa, plant growth-promoting, organisms, plant roots, rhizosphere, organisms, microbial inoculants, nutrient transfer, mycorrhizal fungi, Rhizobia, Crop rotation, phosphate, organic compounds, nitrogen and phosphorus containing Compound, plant-fungi, photosynthesis, soil fertility, bioavailability, symbionts, promoting crop health, growth, yield, fungicides, antifungal, ecosystems, watersheds, groundwater, aquatic systems, mouths, farm animals, biofuel, fertilizers, farmland, ecosystems.

  • Environmental Microbiology: Environment, Microbial communities, interactions, evolution, physiology, growth survival, microbes surfaces, adhesion, biofouling, emerging pathogens, biology, clonal structure, microbial metabolic, structural diversity, invertebrate microbiology, plant microbiology, aquatic microbiology, geomicrobiology, applied microbiology, biotechnology, protein engineering, bioremediation, food microbiology, microbial ecology, environmental, organismic, genomic microbiology, Interdisciplinary microbiology.

  • Aquatic & Water Microbiology: Ecosystems, watersheds, groundwater, aquatic systems, environmental, organismic, Microbial communities, invertebrate microbiology, plant microbiology, aquatic microbiology, marine ecosystems, freshwater ecosystems, water, including pools, ponds, lakes, lotic, streams rivers, wetlands, terrestrial ecosystems, microhabitats, heterogeneity, hydric soils, wetland conservation, coastal regions, anaerobic bacteria.

  • Microbial Biotechnology: Gene expression, Molecular biology, DNA replication, biological transformations, bacteria, yeast, fungi, Enzymes, Fermentation, Proteins, DNA, Microorganism, recombinant DNA, recombinant proteins, nucleotides, gene therapies, antisense therapies, cytokines, molecular biology, DNA replication, transcription, translation, polymerases, health, environmental, sustainability, gene expression, molecular biology.

  • Viral pathogenesis & Antiviral agents: Adaptive immunity, Cytotoxicity, Immune evasion, Immune system, Innate immunity, Pathogenesis, Proviral, Receptor, Tissue tropism, Type I interferon, Virus, pathogenic viruses, antigens, epitopes, host interactions, DNA viruses, RNA viruses, target cells, tissues, virus–receptor, macrophages, genotypes, viral proteins, antiviral agents, fungi, antiviral drugs.

  • Bioremediation: living organisms, microbes, bacteria, removal of contaminants, pollutants, toxins from soil, water, environments, oil spills, contaminated groundwater, oil, solvents, pesticides, temperature, nutrients, foods, molasses, vegetable oil, simple air, Biostimulation, Bioaugmentation, Intrinsic Bioremediation, toxic materials, microbiome, soil contamination, chemicals, nutrients, microbial degradation, environmental pollution, ecosystem, plant growth.

  • Microbial Ecology: Ecology of microorganisms, Eukaryota, Archaea, Bacteria, viruses., biosphere, biogeochemical systems, hydrothermal vents, biomass, nitrogen fixation, methane metabolism, sulfur metabolism, biogeochemical cycling, eukaryotic life, chemosynthesis, radioisotopes, antimicrobial, Microbiome, bacterial cultures, aquatic ecosystems, biofilms, microbiota, aerobic, anaerobic, interface, genome size, protein binding.

  • Microbial Cytology: Cellular microbiology, Molecular microbiology, Nano microbiology, Microbial Biochemistry, Mycotoxins, metabolic, chemical, genetic, microbial genetics, organism, physiological, metabolically, human welfare, industrial production, cytoplasmic membrane, Soil Organic Matter, Microbiology, Ecosystems, Microbial Ecology, Enzymes, Microbial Communities, Proteins, Microorganism.

  • Microbial Physiology: Soil Organic Matter, Microbiology, Ecosystems, Microbial Ecology, Enzymes, Microbial Communities, Proteins, Microorganism, bacterial cultures, aquatic ecosystems, biofilms, microbiota, aerobic, anaerobic, interface, genome size, protein binding, hydrophobic barrier, Bacteriological, gene activation, heterologous, sequencing data, DNA hybridization, genomic DNA, molecular biology, transcriptome, cellular microbiology, Molecular microbiology, Nano microbiology, Microbial Biochemistry, Mycotoxins, metabolic, chemical, genetic.

  • Virology and Viral Therapy: Bacteria, plants, protozoa, fungi, insects, fish, reptiles, birds, mammals, microorganisms, viruses, juvenile diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, Epidemiologic, HIV, ebola virus and hantavirus, animal species., rabbits resistant, viral genetic material into animal cells gene transfer, bacteriophages., avirulent retrovirus, genomes, virulent retroviruses, virion, RNA or DNA, a protein coat, nucleic acid, host cell, virus replication, viral genomes, pathogenetic mechanisms, antibody, diagnosis, treatment, disease, interferon, biosynthetic processes. evolution, and control.

  • Antiviral agents: Infectious disease, HIV/AIDS, influenza, herpes simplex, cold sores, mouth, genital herpes, herpes zoster, shingles, viral hepatitis, encephalitis, infectious mononucleosis, common cold, Viruses, nucleic acid, a protein coat, enzymes, cellular components, replication, viral diseases, host cells, vaccination, antigenic proteins, antibodies, respiratory syncytial virus, microscopic, Antibiotics, antiviral drugs, antiviral resistance, healthcare.