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Antiviral Research

Antiviral Research
Abbreviated title Antiviral Res
Discipline Antivirals
Language English
Publication details
Publisher Elsevier (The Netherlands)
Publication history founded 1981
Frequency 12 per year
Open access none
ISSN 0166-3542
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Antiviral Research is a peer-reviewed academic journal published monthly by Elsevier from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Founded in 1981, the journal is an official publication of the International Society for Antiviral Research.

Antiviral Research publishes research articles and reviews on all aspects of the development of drugs, vaccines and immunotherapies against viruses of animals and plants, including chemistry, virology, mechanism of action, in vitro activity, animal models and clinical trials. The journal also covers host resistance to viral infection.

Content from the first issue is available online in PDF and text formats via ScienceDirect; access is by subscription only.

The journal's 2006 impact factor was 2.878.[1] Antiviral Research is indexed in Abstracts on Hygiene and Communicable Diseases, BIOBASE, BIOSIS, Current Contents (Life Sciences), EMBASE, Medline, Pascal et Francis, Reference Update, Science Citation Index, Scopus and Tropical Diseases Bulletin.

As of 2007, the Editors-in-Chief are Erik de Clercq (Rega Institute, Leuven, Belgium), Earl R. Kern (University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, USA) and Richard J. Whitley (University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, USA).


  1. ^ Elsevier: Antiviral Research (accessed 25 October 2007)
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