viernes, 21 de abril de 2017

Our New Thematic Series: The Airborne Microbiome

BioMed Central – The Open Access Publisher
BMC Infectious Diseases


BMC Infectious Diseases invites you to submit to our latest thematic series: The airborne microbiome - implications for aerosol transmission and infection control.
Alongside three recently published articles from the journal, you can find out more about the series, and how to submit below. We look forward to receiving your manuscripts!

Featured Articles

Many infectious diseases, such as tuberculosis, whooping cough, Aspergillus and other fungal infections, human and avian influenza, measles, chickenpox, and some of the emerging viruses, such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) can all be potentially spread through aerosol transmission.
This series aims to explore and characterise the airborne microbiome in different environments, using different methods, in order to understand and assess the risk that such airborne pathogens may pose to both vulnerable and otherwise healthy individuals, and explore possible interventions to control their transmission. We welcome submission of research articles and opinion pieces focused on the airborne microbiome in relation to infectious diseases. The deadline for submissions of manuscripts is 30th September 2017.
Read more about the series here.

Best wishes,

Philippa Harris
Editor, BMC Infectious Diseases

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