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AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses

Title Abbreviation
AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses
Electronic ISSN
Clinical Microbiologists, Clinicians, Epidemiologists, Immunologists, Infectious Disease Specialists, Microbiologists, Molecular Biologists, Pathologists, Public Health Professionals, Researchers
AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses was the very first AIDS publication in the field over 30 years ago, and today it is still the critical resource advancing research in retroviruses, including AIDS. The Journal provides the broadest coverage from molecular biology to clinical studies and outcomes research, focusing on developments in prevention science, novel therapeutics, and immune-restorative approaches. Cutting-edge papers on the latest progress and research advances through clinical trials and examination of targeted antiretroviral agents lead to improvements in translational medicine for optimal treatment outcomes. coverage includes: HIV cure research, HIV prevention science, (Vaccine research & Systemic and Topical PreP), Molecular and cell biology of HIV and SIV, Developments in HIV pathogenesis and comorbidities, Molecular biology, immunology, and epidemiology of HTLV, Pharmacology of HIV therapy, Social and behavioral science, Rapid publication of emerging sequence information.
Sponsoring Association(s)
International Retrovirology Association
Publisher Name
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
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