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About The IVS

Indian Virological Society

Indian Virological Society (IVS) was established in December 1984 at Haryana Agriculture University, Hisar.The objective of the Society is to promote research and development in the field of virology.

IVS is a unique scientific body that provides platform for those associated with the characterization and management of viruses affecting Animal, Human, Fish, Insect, Plant and any other living being.

IVS organizes National and International Conference, Training, Seminar, symposia, Industry-meet, etc. The society recognizes outstanding contribution of individual in the field of virology and confers “Prof. K.S. Bhargava Oration Award” and “Fellow of IVS”.

IVS is the member of International Union of Microbiological Society (IUMS). In last 26 years of existence, IVS has organizes 4 international and 22 national conferences.

IVS published an international reputed journal “VirusDisease” (formerly known as Indian Journal of Virology) with collaboration with Springer, the world renowned scientific publisher. It has really got worldwide acceptance and becoming popular all over the world.

The journal is Broad base in the sense that it is covering both basic and applied research on viral disease problems of Developing countries.

It has already been indexed in SCOPUS, EMBASE, Google Scholar, CSA, CAB International, CAB Abstracts, Global Health, IBIDS, Indian Science Abstracts, OCLC, Summon by Serial Solutions.

Society also published the Newsletter “Virus Research News” biannually. The Newsletter contains interesting sections like, Research News, virology news, recently held conference, Forthcoming Publications, Awards etc. which provide a precise knowledge to readers about the IVS activities. At present we have 300 life members and more than 100 annual members.

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WELCOME TO VIROCON 2017

  • December 7- 9, 2017|
  • Courtyard Marriott

The theme of this conference is “Viruses to Viromes in Health and Disease". On behalf of the organizing committee,

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Why IVS

Indian Virological Society was established in December 1984. It is a unique scientific body that provides platform for those associated with the characterization and management of viruses affecting Animal, Human, etc.

The Society publishes an internationally reputed journal,"Virus Disease"in collaboration with Springer and a half Yearly news letter “Virus Research News”.

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Two studies identify circulating monocytes as the primary cellular target of Zika virus infection in human blood. Monocytes are an ideal target as they have the potential to be used as a Trojan horse to infiltrate immune-sheltered tissues, including placenta, testes and the brain, to spread Zika virus.

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The Uncultivated Bacteria and Archaea dataset is a foundational collection of 7,903 genomes from uncultivated microorganisms. It highlights how microbial diversity is readily recovered using current tools and existing metagenomic datasets to help piece together the tree of life.

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The primate-specific serum protein apolipoprotein L1 (APOL1) is the only secreted member of a family of cell death promoting proteins1,2,3,4. APOL1 kills the bloodstream parasite Trypanosoma brucei brucei, but not the human sleeping sickness agents T.b. rhodesiense and T.b. gambiense3.

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