The Teschke’s lab recently published a review article in a special 60th anniversary issue of Virology.

Announcement of the issue:
”It is with great pleasure and pride that we announce the 60th anniversary of Virology this year. Since its establishment in 1955, the journal has been dedicated to publishing world-class scientific papers that advance the understanding of virus biology. To celebrate this milestone, Virology will publish a “Diamond” Special Reviews Issue in the spring of 2015. This truly historic issue will feature sixty invited reviews by renowned virologists, with a mixture of articles on exciting advances in many of the virus families covered in Virology in addition to advances on viral immunity, on viral evolution and ecology, and on viral processes important across multiple virus families.  “These reviews will highlight some of the most important developments in the field of virology both recently and over the past 60 years,” says Virology’s Editor-in-Chief, Michael Emerman.”

Suhanovsky, M., Teschke, C. (2015) Nature׳s favorite building block: Deciphering folding and capsid assembly of proteins with the HK97-fold. Virology doi:10.1016/j.virol.2015.02.055.