Open-access publishing: an RSV selection from the current literature

Much has change across the research community over the past two years as a result of the ongoing pandemic. As an example, open-access publishing has been a beneficiary of the need to make the results of research available as quickly as possible.

Innate type 2 responses to respiratory syncytial virus infection

Norlander AE, Peebles RS Jr. Viruses 2020; 12 (5): 521. doi: 10.3390/v12050521.

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common and contagious virus that results in acute respiratory tract infections in infants. In many cases, the symptoms of RSV remain mild, but a subset of individuals develop severe RSV-associated bronchiolitis. As such, RSV is the chief cause of infant hospitalisation within the United States.

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