Virology Division News 1043 mong virology journals, Archives of Vi- A rology occupies the most diversified ecological niche of practicing and publishing virologists to be found in the world today. The journal was started in 1939 by R. Doerr and was the first journal devoted entirely to virolo- gy. Its original title was the mouthful: Archiv für die gesamte Virusforschung, a title in keep- ing with its ecumenical ambition to cover all aspects of virus research. In 1975, the name was changed to Archives of Virology but the yellow colour of the cover page was retained, a visible sign that the policy of the journal was to remain the same, namely to be all-ecom- passing and to welcome contributions from areas that may be overlooked by other virolo- F. A. Murphy gy journals. Manuscripts describing genome- oriented research, structural and immunological studies, the pathogenesis and ecology of virus infections as well as many other aspects of virology are pub- lished, provided they are judged to be scientifi- cally sound and to present novel and significant findings. Over the years, Archives of Virology has maintained a truly international tradition. No other virology journal publishes manuscripts with such a wide geographic
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