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Role of cytokines in poxvirus host tropism and adaptation
Poxviruses are a diverse family of double-stranded DNA viruses that cause mild-to-severe disease in selective hosts, inclu...
Nucleoside analogs for management of respiratory virus infections: mechanism of action and clinical efficacy
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the development of nucleoside analogs to treat respiratory virus infections, with re...
Virus-host interactions during tick-borne bunyavirus infection
The Bunyavirales order is the largest grouping of RNA viruses, comprising emerging and re-emerging human, plant and animal...
Editorial overview: Virus structure and expression
José Castón is a Professor and group leader at the National Center for Biotechnology of the Spanish National Research Coun...
Hepatitis E virus species barriers: seeking viral and host determinants
The intimate relationship between virus and host cell can result in highly adapted viruses that are restricted to a single...
Ribosomes in poxvirus infection
Volume 56, October 2022, 101256Poxviruses are large double-stranded DNA viruses that encode their own DNA replication, tra...
Barriers to hepatitis C virus infection in mice
Volume 56, October 2022, 101273Highlights•In many countries, new hepatitis-C virus (HCV) infections outpace the number of ...
Retasking of canonical antiviral factors into proviral effectors
Under constant barrage by viruses, hosts have evolved a plethora of antiviral effectors and defense mechanisms. To survive...
MicroRNA-mediated control of Epstein–Barr virus infection and potential diagnostic and therapeutic implications
Herpesviruses, such as Epstein–Barr virus (EBV), encode multiple viral microRNAs that are expressed throughout various inf...
Druggable host gene dependencies in primary effusion lymphoma
Volume 56, October 2022, 101270Kaposi’s sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV) causes primary effusion lymphoma (PEL). Here...
Therapeutic approaches to Epstein–Barr virus cancers
Volume 56, October 2022, 101260Epstein–Barr virus (EBV) establishes a lifelong latent infection that can be a causal agent...
RNA polymerase II subunit modulation during viral infection and cellular stress
Volume 56, October 2022, 101259Control of gene expression, including transcription, is central in dictating the outcome of...
Co-opted membranes, lipids, and host proteins: what have we learned from tombusviruses?
Volume 56, October 2022, 101258Highlights•Tomato bushy stunt virus builds unique membranous replication organelles that pr...
Lying low-chromatin insulation in persistent DNA virus infection
Volume 55, August 2022, 101257Persistent virus infections are achieved when the intricate balance of virus replication, ho...
Bacteriophage T4 as a nanovehicle for delivery of genes and therapeutics into human cells
Volume 55, August 2022, 101255The ability to deliver therapeutic genes and biomolecules into a human cell and restore a de...
Viral–host interactions during splicing and nuclear export of influenza virus mRNAs
Volume 55, August 2022, 101254As influenza-A viruses (IAV) replicate in the host cell nucleus, intranuclear pathways are u...
The enigmatic roles of Anelloviridae and Redondoviridae in humans
Volume 55, August 2022, 101248Anelloviridae and Redondoviridae are virus families with small, circular, single-stranded DN...
Editorial overview: Viral pathogenesis
Antonio Bertoletti has always been interested in studying HBV immunopathogenesis with a particular focus on immunologicall...
Immunotherapy for KSHV-associated diseases
Volume 55, August 2022, 101249Highlights•KSHV-associated diseases are prime targets for immunotherapy.•KSHV-associated dis...
Editorial overview: Anti-viral strategies: Human antibody immune response and antibody-based therapy against viruses
Qiao Wang is a Principle Investigator at the Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University. He studies the mechanisms of AI...
Fruit bats as natural reservoir of highly pathogenic henipaviruses: balance between antiviral defense and viral tolerance
Volume 54, June 2022, 101228Highlights•Bats are asymptomatic reservoir of numerous deadly viruses including Henipavirus.•B...
Gut virome in early life: origins and implications
Volume 55, August 2022, 101233The human body is colonized by a multitude of bacteria, fungi, and viruses, which play impor...
The enigma of picobirnaviruses: viruses of animals, fungi, or bacteria?
Volume 54, June 2022, 101232Picobirnaviruses are small double-stranded RNA viruses first discovered in 1988 in stool sampl...
Emerging technologies in the study of the virome
Volume 54, June 2022, 101231Highlights•New amplification methods reduce biases caused by whole genome amplification•Biases...
Editorial overview: 2022 “Virus–Host Interaction” section of Current Opinion in Virology
Dr. Gack is the Arthur and Marylin Levitt Endowed Chair and Scientific Director of the Cleveland Clinic Florida Research a...
Asymmetry in icosahedral viruses
Volume 54, June 2022, 101230Asymmetric structural elements are typically not readily visualized in icosahedral viruses tha...
Broadly neutralizing antibodies against HIV-1 and concepts for application
Highlights•Broadly neutralizing antibodies are promising for HIV-1 prevention and therapy.•Newly identified bNAbs reveal n...
The road to effective and accessible antibody therapies against Ebola virus
Ebola virus (EBOV) outbreaks can claim thousands of lives, cripple healthcare systems and local economies. Effective vacci...
An overview of the current state of phage therapy for the treatment of biofilm-related infections
Bacterial biofilms are involved in many chronic and difficult-to-treat infections. Phage therapy against infectious biofil...