Topical Collection "Emerging Arboviruses, Volume II"
Interests: arthropod-borne viruses; vector-borne and zoonotic viral diseases; viruses of medical importance; diagnostics; epidemiology; virus discovery; taxonomy
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This Topical Collection is the continuation of our previous Special Issue, “Emerging Arboviruses”. In the first volume of the Special Issue, we successfully put together 60 publications of the latest research. It will be a useful reference for scholars in the field.
In this second volume of the Special Issue, we want to go on exploring the latest in emerging arboviruses research and sincerely invite you to contribute to this issue with your latest submissions.
The emergence and re-emergence of arboviruses have occurred for centuries, but their rapid dispersion is more rapid and geographically extensive because of the intensive growth of global transportation systems, arthropod adaptation to urbanization, failure to contain mosquito populations, and land perturbation. Here we would like to address emerging arboviruses of human importance (such as Chikungunya, Zika, Yellow fever, West Nile, Toscana, Usutu, Japanese encephalitis, Spondweni, Oropouche, Mayaro, O'nyong nyong etc.) and of veterinary importance (such as Schmallenberg, Bluetongue, African swine fever, Usutu, West Nile, Rift Valley fever, Shuni, African horse sickness, Akabane, etc.). Research studies can be focused on epidemiology, development, and evaluation of diagnostic assays, transmission pathways and cycles, natural cycles, virulence and clinical aspects. Studies aiming at virus discovery or at establishing the pathogenesis of viruses for either humans or animals are also within the scope of this Special Issue.
Prof. Dr. Remi N. Charrel
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- arthropod-borne virus
- human importance
- veterinary importance
- diagnosis, preparedness and response
- animal models
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