The discovery, reported in the journal Molecular Cell, unexpectedly unites half of virology , linking large groups of viruses previously thought to be functionally and evolutionarily distinct.
A handful of virology textbooks currently serve as standard references for animal virus researchers, and some serve as course textbooks for students studying basic virology .
But many of the new medical advances are in areas such as oncology, ophthalmology, or virology , where treatments vary from patient to patient and don't lend themselves to a cutesy 30-second sales pitch.
Another concerning thing is our dependence on the international community, especially in dealing with virology tests.
The generality of bacterial virology was not noted until much later.
In his now notorious 1998 Lancet paper, Dr Wakefield invited further researches into his MMR-autism hypothesis in the spheres of epidemiology and virology .
The science of virology substantiates that there are mechanisms in a healthy organism that can and do inhibit the invasion of viruses.
But modern technical training in medicine or virology or nuclear physics isn't the same thing as a liberal education; you can have modern technical skills and an un-modern worldview.
He was to investigate the pathology, the pesticide levels in the blubber, try to do bacteriology and virology .
The Committee is comprised of scientific experts with experience in a variety of disciplines such as animal husbandry, animal behaviour, bacteriology, clinical medicine, epidemiology, parasitology and virology .