Special Issue "Animal Virus Infection, Immunity and Vaccines"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2024 | Viewed by 4122
We would like this Special Issue to focus on zoonotic and livestock viral diseases, with particular emphasis on infection and immunity. Topics could include studies on novel infection models/systems, the development of vaccine candidates or the validation of new diagnostic tools for the detection of viral agents. Studies looking at the immunological consequences of natural infection or vaccination (including the measurement of antibody titers, classification of T-cell populations or characterization of innate immune responses) would be of particular interest to this Special Issue.
Dr. Hani Boshra
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