About Journal


Clinical virology is the study of viruses and virus-like agents, including their classification, disease-producing properties and genetics. It is often considered a part of microbiology or pathology. Viruses have conventionally been viewed in a negative milieu as agents responsible for diseases; however viruses also have certain beneficial properties that can be exploited for useful purposes such as role of virus in gene therapy.

International Journal of Clinical Virology amalgamates and publishes high-impact, multidisciplinary and diligently peer-reviewed manuscripts on ever-expanding researches and insights on clinical virology.

The manuscripts published in International Journal of Clinical Virology are committed to provide enhanced knowledge on evolutionary analysis of viruses and virological infections thereby emerging as a genesis for providing latest facts and insights to practicing virologists, pathologists, students or molecular biologists.

Reasons for Publishing

The concept and significance of viral diagnosis and inherent processes have changed in many instances along the years. The clinical virologist not only has to identify the virus that is associated with certain symptoms, but must also provide insights to clinicians to help them define its prognosis and eventually the efficacy of therapy. This necessarily entails a reappraisal of and an emphasis on the role of the clinical virologist, who has to work alongside clinicians to manage patients and their treatment.

Corresponding to these facts, International Journal of Clinical Virology initiated publishing manuscripts to create awareness about the expanding role of clinical virologist as well as to witness the innovations and escalating evolution of the viral diagnosis processes.

Aim of the Journal

International Journal of Clinical Virology aims to showcase and publish the wealth of knowledge acquired in clinical virology by internationally-recognized experts reflecting repertoire of issues including discovery of newly recognized emerging infections and improvement or development of new vaccines and antiviral agents.

International Journal of Clinical Virology strives to act as a web to connect the researchers all over the world by publishing major qualitative and quantitative aspects of clinical virology and assisting in new possibilities for further epidemiological studies.

Scope of the Journal

The scope of International Journal of Clinical Virology accrue in publishing and bringing forth latest technologies, principles, translational and basic researches in the field of clinical virology. International Journal of Clinical Virology encourages virologists, health-care professionals, researchers and scholars actively involved in the research and development to create manuscripts and publish with us in the following, but not limited to, modalities:

  • Antiviral technologies
  • Applications in virology
  • Clinical Microbiology and Infection
  • Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease
  • Gene Delivery
  • Genetic Diversity and Evolution
  • Genome Replication and Regulation of Viral Gene Expression
  • Immuno Virology
  • Medical Microbiology and Immunology
  • Molecular biology
  • Molecular genetics
  • Molecular Virology
  • Oncogenesis
  • Pathogenesis and immunity
  • structural biology
  • Structure and Assembly
  • Vaccines and Antiviral Agents
  • Virology and IDS
  • Virus genomics
  • Virus proteomics
  • Virus-Cell Interactions
  • Virus–host interactions and antiviral compounds
  • Virus
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Viral Pathogenesis
  • Respiratory Virus
  • Viral Replication
  • HIV
  • Orthoreo Viruses
  • Retrovirus
  • ISAV
  • IBDV
  • ADV
  • BHV
  • Hepatitis Virus
  • Molecular Virology
  • Virology
  • Viral Oncology
  • DNA Virus
  • RNA Virus
  • Influenza Virus
  • Immunovirology
  • Virus-host Interactions
  • Viral Vectors
  • Herpes Virus
  • Perinatal Viral Infections
  • Plant Virology
  • Antiviral
  • Clinical Virology
  • Zoonotic Viruses
  • Biochemistry
  • Biophysics
  • Cell Biology
  • Cellular Response to Infection
  • Morphology
  • Systematic and Applied Microbiology
  • Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies