Future Virology

Journal Abbreviation: FUTURE VIROL
Journal ISSN: 1746-0794

About Future Virology

    Mankind has been at the mercy of viral diseases for millennia. However, advances in virologic research are occuring at an unprecedented rate.<br/><br/>In particular, the fields of virology and genomic research have been closely linked for many years; the first whole genome to be sequenced was viral in origin - bacteriophage phi X174, in 1977. Since then, many more viral genomes have been mapped, and with the human genome also available, it is now possible to determine viral-host interactions during infection in a unprecedented level of detail.
Year Bioxbio Journal Impact* IF Total Articles Total Cites
2018/2019 - 0.730 69 687
2017 - 1.121 57 703
2016 - 0.958 58 596
2015 - 0.886 91 533
2014 - 1.011 77 461
2013 - 1.000 90 400
2012 - 0.962 94 337
2011 - 1.210 103 263
2010 - 1.200 55 189