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The Current Editorial Board of Virologica Sinica
  • Editor-in-Chief

    Zheng-Li Shi

    Professor
    Key Laboratory of Special Pathogens and Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases, 
    Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    Website: 159.226.126.3/ktzgl/ktzdiy/shizl/english.asp
    Interest: emerging viral pathogens, especially bat origin viruses.
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  • Advisory Board

    George F. Gao

    Academy member of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Professor, Key Laboratory of Pathogenic Microbiology and Immunology, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
    Website: www.im.ac.cn/english1/pi/gaofu.htm
    Interest: Gao’s lab is interested in protein-protein interactions related to molecular virology and molecular immunology and molecular epidemiology and molecular phylogeny of zoonotic pathogens
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  • Xinyuan Liu

    Academy member of Chinese Academy of Sciences;
    Professor, Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, CAS, China
    Website: sourcedb.cas.cn/sourcedb_sibs_cas/yw/rck/200906/t20090629_1856118.html
    Interest: His major interest and aim is to cure the cancer patients and also to control the viral disease especial the hepatitis B or C disease.
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  • Hongbin Shu

    Academy member of Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Professor and Director, Medical Research Institute
    Vice President, Wuhan University, China
    Website: mri.whu.edu.cn/info/1094/1597.htm
    Interest: Mechanisms of innate antiviral immune responses and inflammation
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  • Po Tien

    Academy member of Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Website: sourcedb.im.cas.cn/english
    Interest: Molecular mechanism of viral immunity, enveloped virus-cell fusion and its inhibitors
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  • Fu-Sheng Wang

    Academy member of Chinese Academy of Sciences, professor of Beijing 302 Hospital, Beijing, China
    Website: 210.76.211.71/~0045104
    Interest: Therapy of Viral hepatitis and HIV
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  • Linfa Wang

    Professor & Director Emerging Infectious Diseases Programme, Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore
    Website: www.duke-nus.edu.sg/eid/content/wang-linfa
    Interest: He is an expert in identifying new and emerging diseases of bat origin.
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  • Yumei Wen

    Academy member of Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Professor of Institute of Medical Microbiology, Fudan University; Professor of Key Laboratory of Medical Molecular Virology, Ministry of Education/Ministry of Health, China
    Website: www.researchgate.net/profile/Yu_Mei_Wen
    Interest: Her interests are in research of molecular virology and immunology of hepatitis B virus, and in microbial functional genomic studies.
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  • Jianguo Xu

    Academy member, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China
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  • Kwok-Yung Yuen

    Academy member, Chinese Academy of Engineering ; Henry Fok Professor in Infectious Diseases; Chair of Infectious Diseases, Department of Microbiology, the University of Hong Kong, China
    Website: www.microbiology.hku.hk/staff/staff_hp/Prof_KY_Yuen.html
    Interest: Emerging infectious diseases, including the Influenza A viruses, novel Human Coronavirus, the bat SARS coronavirus.
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  • Associate Editors

    Basil M. Arif

    Scientist Emeritus, Great Lakes Forestry Centre, Canadian Forest Service Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada.
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    Interest: Biology and molecular biology of insect viruses.
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  • Dimiter Dimitrov

    Senior Investigator, Cancer and Inflammation Program; Head, Protein Interactions Section, National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA
    Website: ccr.cancer.gov/Cancer-and-Inflammation-Program/dimiter-s-dimitrov
    Interest: His major long-term goal is the development of clinically useful therapeutics and vaccines against cancer, HIV-1 and emerging and biodefense-related viruses as well as other related diseases including immune disorders.
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  • Xia Jin

    Principal Investigator, Institut Pasteur of Shanghai, CAS, China
    Website: sourcedb.shanghaipasteur.cas.cn/yw/fy/201203/t20120312_3508335.html
    Interest: His laboratory studies human viral immunology using principally two viruses: Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and dengue virus.
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  • Ke Lan

    Wuhan University, China
    Website: www.bio.whu.edu.cn/index.php/View/2138
    Interest: Lan’s lab is focusing on two human tumor viruses, which are Kaposi’s Sarcoma associated herpesvirus (KSHV) and Hepatitis B virus (HBV).
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  • Yi Li

    Peking University, China
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  • Mengji Lu

    University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
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  • Wenjun Ma

    Kansas State University, USA
    Website: www.vet.k-state.edu/education/dmp/faculty-staff/faculty/ma/
    Interest: His laboratory is interested in viral diseases of animals, with an emphasis on emerging zoonotic viral infections.
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  • Pei-Yong Shi

    University of Texas Medical Branch, USA
    Website: bmb.utmb.edu/faculty/shi.asp
    Interest: Shi’s lab focuses on flaviviruses that cause significant human diseases, such as dengue, Zika, West Nile, and Japanese encephalitis viruses.
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  • Yi-Wei Tang

    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, USA
    Website: www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/doctors/yi-wei-tang
    Interest: He is interested in the application of cutting-edge and panomic techniques in clinical and translational research for the diagnosis and monitoring of microbial infections focusing on clinical relevance and outcomes.
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  • Jianwei Wang

    Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College, China
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  • Yan-Yi Wang

    Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS, China
    Website: 159.226.126.127:8082/web/48003/english
    Interest: Dr Wang's research is focused on molecular mechanisms of antiviral innate immunity and inflammation.
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  • Yuntao Wu

    George Mason University, USA
    Website: mason.gmu.edu/~ywu8/WuLab/home.html
    Interest: Dr. Wu’s research has predominantly focused on a particular subset of cellular factors during HIV infection.
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  • Xuejie Yu

    University of Texas Medical Branch, USA
    Website: www.utmb.edu/pathology/faculty/bios/Yu.asp
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  • Zhi-Ming Zheng

    National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA
    Website: irp.nih.gov/pi/zhi-ming-zheng
    Interest: His research interests center on the RNA processing and tumorigenesis of tumor viruses including papillomaviruses and Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus.
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  • Editorial Board

    Jing An

    Capital Medical University, China
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  • Thomas Baumert

    University of Strasbourg, France
    Website: www.virology-education.com/thomas-baumert-md/
    Interest: His laboratory focuses on the modeling and discovery of the biological circuits underlying viral persistence and virus-induced disease such as chronic inflammation and cancer. As a model he uses chronic hepatitis B and C virus infection – a major cause of chronic liver disease and cancer world-wide.
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  • Sina Bavari

    United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, USA
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    Interest: His research focused on therapeutic countermeasures against filoviruses.
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  • Lionel Berthoux

    University of Quebec, Canada
    Website: oraprdnt.uqtr.uquebec.ca/pls/public/gscw030?owa_no_site=353
    Interest: HIV-1 and related lentiviruses.
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  • Hervé BOURHY

    Institut Pasteur, France
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  • Christopher C. Broder

    Uniformed Services University, USA
    Website: www.usuhs.edu/national/faculty/christopher-broder-phd
    Interest: His laboratory has focused on virus-host cell interactions with an emphasis on virus receptor discovery, virus entry and virus-mediated membrane fusion, vaccines and antibody therapeutics development. Research areas include HIV-1 and emerging
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  • Hualan Chen

    Harbin Veterinary Research Institute, CAAS, China
    Website: www.researchgate.net/profile/Hualan_Chen
    Interest: The pathogenesis of avian influenza viruses
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  • Ling Chen

    Guangzhou Medical University, China
    Website: people.ucas.ac.cn/~0009323?language=en
    Interest: New technologies for antibody discovery and vaccine delivery, and HIV Vaccine and Influenza research;
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  • Mingzhou Chen

    Wuhan University, China
    Website: snsx.whu.edu.cn/oldbio/english/gsjj3.asp?cid=154
    Interest: Focused on the gene expression and infection mechanism of RNA virus
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  • Gong Cheng

    Tsinghua University, China
    Website: www.cls.edu.cn/english/PrincipalInvestigator/pi/index3401.shtml
    Interest: Dr. Cheng leads a research unit studying the pathogenesis and immune responses of flaviviral infections in both hosts and vectors.
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  • Jie Cui

    Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS, China
    Website: sourcedb.cas.cn/sourcedb_whiov_cas/yw/rck/201603/t20160314_4549390.html
    Interest: Taking emerging infectious viruses and endogenous viruses as example, Dr Cui’s research areas include virus evolution, model construction for the interaction of virus and host cells, and the influences of endogenous virus to host genome
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  • Fei Deng

    Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS, China
    Website: sourcedb.cas.cn/sourcedb_whiov_cas/yw/rck/200907/t20090718_2100048.html
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  • Hongyu Deng

    Institute of Biophysics, China
    Website: english.ibp.cas.cn/ibp_pi/AG/201311/t20131128_113437.html
    Interest: Dr Deng’s main research interests are to investigate the replication mechanisms of viruses and virus-host interactions, so as to gain insights into viral pathogenesis and to develop better therapeutics and diagnosis.
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  • Lanying Du

    New York Blood Center, USA
    Website: nybloodcenter.org/products-services/kimball-research-institute/langing-du-phd/
    Interest: The research focus of Dr. Du’s lab is on the development of antiviral therapeutic agents and vaccines for the treatment and prevention of HIV infection/AIDS and other emerging and remerging infectious diseases caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV), Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), and influenza viruses, as well as the blood transfusion-related viruses, including zika virus (ZIKV) and West Nile virus (WNV).
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  • Min Fang

    Institute of Microbiology, CAS, China
    Website: sourcedb.im.cas.cn/english/zjrck/fs/201211/t20121115_3683669.html
    Interest: The current research in our laboratory mainly focuses on understanding the role of Natural Killer (NK) cells in infectious diseases and cancers, especially the role of age-dependent defect of NK cells in regulating increased susceptibility to viral infections and cancer carcinogenesis.
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  • Zheng F. Fu

    University of Georgia, USA
    Website: vet.uga.edu/vpp/people/fu
    Interest: Dr. Fu is involved in the research of neuropathogenesis of rabies as well as other virus infections such as respiratory syncytial virus, human metapneumovirus, and influenza virus.
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  • Peng Gong

    Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS, China
    Website: sourcedb.cas.cn/sourcedb_whiov_cas/yw/rck/201112/t20111228_3419122.html
    Interest: Dr Gong’s lab is focused on the crystal structure research of RNA virus polymerases, especially its catalytic mechanism and modulation to virus replication.
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  • Deyin Guo

    Sun Yat-sen University, China
    Website: wbm.whu.edu.cn/english/index.php?m=content&c=index&a=show&catid=15&id=78
    Interest: Replication of RNA viruses (focusing on coronaviruses); innate immunity of virus infection; RNAi and genetic therapy of HIV.
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  • Jianmin Hu

    The Pennsylvania State University, USA
    Website: profiles.psu.edu/profiles/display/113380
    Interest: Dr Hu’s lab is focusing on the Hepatitis B virus, especially on the virus-host interactions, at the molecular and cellular level, which are critical to HBV replication and pathogenesis, and cellular factors required for viral infection and replication.
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  • Qinxue Hu

    Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS, China
    Website: 159.226.126.127:8082/web/64767/5
    Interest: Dr. Hu’s lab is focused on HIV research, especially for 1)HIV-1 mucosal infection and immunity; 2) HSV-2/HIV-1 co-infection and inhibition; 3) Early infection and intervention of mucosally transmitted viruses
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  • Daohong Jiang

    Huazhong Agricultural University, China
    Website: cpst.hzau.edu.cn/szdw/jsml/js/201702/t20170222_101112.htm
    Interest: Plant viruses
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  • Jens Kuhn

    National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH, USA
    Website: www.linkedin.com/in/jens-h-kuhn-0728171b
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  • Kui Li

    University of Tennessee Health Science Center, USA
    Website: www.uthsc.edu/molecular_sciences/directories/faculty/k_li.php
    Interest: Work in the Li laboratory is centered on two main themes. The first one is to dissect innate immunity to infections by positive-strand RNA viruses such as hepatitis C virus and related viruses. We are studying how these viruses are detected by host innate immune sensors such as the Toll-like receptors and RIG-I-like receptors, leading to antiviral and inflammatory responses. The second focus area is to investigate how TRIM56, a tripartite motif protein, contributes to innate antiviral immunity.
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  • Qihan Li

    Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College, China
    Website: www.imbcams.ac.cn/Item/15451.aspx
    Interest: Dr Li’s lab is focused on the basic research of viral immunity, such as HSV-1, EV71 and CA16, viral vaccine development and quality control.
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  • Wenhui Li

    National Institute of Biological Sciences, China
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  • Zhenghe Li

    Zhejiang University, China
    Website: www.nibs.ac.cn/en/yjsjyimgshow.php?cid=5&sid=6&id=769
    Interest: Dr Li’s lab combines virology, biochemistry, chemical biology, immunology, and animal models to investigate molecular mechanisms of infection of Hepatitis B virus (HBV).
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  • Di Liu

    Institute of Microbiology, CAS, China
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  • Jinhua Liu

    China Agricultural University, China
    Website: cvm.cau.edu.cn/art/2011/12/26/art_3747_53.html
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  • Wenjun Liu

    Institute of Microbiology, CAS, China
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  • Shan Lu

    University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA
    Website: profiles.umassmed.edu/display/129819
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  • Yuanan Lu

    University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
    Website: manoa.hawaii.edu/publichealth/directory/yuanan-lu
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  • Guangxiang (George) Luo

    University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, USA
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  • Min-Hua Luo

    Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS, China
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  • Hinh Ly

    University of Minnesota, USA
    Website: www.cvm.umn.edu/vbs/faculty/HinhLy/home.html
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  • Chuanbin Mao

    University of Oklahoma, USA
    Website: www.ou.edu/content/cas/chemistry/directory/faculty/chuanbin-mao.html
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  • Venugopal Nair

    The Pirbright Institute, UK
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  • Cheng-Feng Qin

    Beijing Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology, China
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  • Lijun Rong

    University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
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  • Charles E. Samuel

    University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
    Website: www.nri.ucsb.edu/people/researchers/samuel
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  • Sang Heui Seo

    Chungnam National University, Korea
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  • Donald Seto

    George Mason University, USA
    Website: ssb.gmu.edu/faculty/#Ss
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  • Yiming Shao

    Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China
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  • Lishan Su

    University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill, USA
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  • Ren Sun

    University of California, Los Angeles, USA
    Website: faculty.pharmacology.ucla.edu/institution/personnel?personnel_id=45881
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  • Hengli Tang

    Florida State University, USA
    Website: www.bio.fsu.edu/faculty-tang.php
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  • Yigang Tong

    Beijing Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology, China
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  • Wenwei Tu

    The University of Hong Kong, China
    Website: paed.hku.hk/menu/staff/wwtu/wwtu.html
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  • Just M. Vlak

    Wageningen University, Netherlands
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  • Jian-Hua Wang

    Principal Investigator, Institute Pasteur of Shanghai, Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Website: sourcedb.shanghaipasteur.cas.cn/yw/pe/pi/200906/t20090627_1855521.html
    Interest: Viral Immunology
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  • Huimin Yan

    Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS, China
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  • Bo Zhang

    Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS, China
    Website: sourcedb.cas.cn/sourcedb_whiov_cas/yw/rck/201004/t20100427_2833071.html
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  • Yong-Zhen Zhang

    Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China
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  • Xin Zheng

    Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
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  • Bo Zhong

    Wuhan University, China
    Website: mri.whu.edu.cn/info/1094/1605.htm
    Interest: Innate antiviral immunity, Inflammation and tumorigenesis
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  • Xi Zhou

    Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS, China
    Website: www.yunsda.cn/bdx-en/index.php/View/35
    Interest: 1) RNAi-mediated innate antiviral immunity and viral evasion of RNAi; 2) Viral RNA replication; 3) RNA remodeling proteins for viral life cycle; 4) Surface display technology based on virus-like particles (VLPs) of insect viruses
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  • Fanxiu Zhu

    Florida State University, USA
    Website: www.bio.fsu.edu/faculty-zhu.php
    Interest: His laboratory studies Kaposi’s sarcoma–associated herpesvirus (KSHV), a human DNA tumor virus associated with several human malignancies.
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  • Former Editorial Board (2013-2016)
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