Arch Virol 146/7 (2001) Virology Division News Report of the 29th Meeting of the Executive Committee of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) M. A. Mayo Scottish Crop Research Institute, Invergowrie, Dundee, U.K. The 29th meeting of the Executive Committee (EC) of ICTV was held in Washington, D.C., USA at the end of April 2001. All but one of the members of the Committee were present. The topics discussed can be described under 6 headings. 1. Communication with virologists The 7th Report of ICTV was published in late 2000 . More copies have been sold so far than was the case for the 6th Report. An “on-line” version has been produced and this will be sold by Academic Press as part of a “de luxe” edition of the Report. Knowledge of virus diversity continues to accumulate and it is clear from the volume of taxonomic changes proposed already that there will be a need for a revision of the 7th Report. An 8th ICTV Report will be needed and will probably be produced some time after 2002, but the timing and the method of its production are yet to be decided. An important channel of communication from
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