Decoding Infection and Transmission is a gold open access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the rapid publication and global dissemination of the latest research findings about the characteristics and mechanisms of pathogenic infections and disease transmission.
Fully open-access and peer-reviewed, Decoding Infection and Transmission welcomes infectious disease analyses and data resources, enriching our networks’ multidisciplinary content in all fields of relevance.
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- Influences of vaginal microbiota on human papillomavirus infection and host immune regulation: What we have learned?
- Observation of intestinal flora diversity with the parasites infection process in a nonlethal malaria model of BALB/c mice induced by Plasmodium yoelii 17XNL strain
- Decoding Infection and Transmission : Deciphering the mystery of infectious diseases from data-based research
- A new scoring system to predict tuberculosis among South-Tunisian patients with lymphocytic meningitis
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