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An Invitation to Review
2007   2010 2011
January 2010 (Volume 2)

1. Endogenous Retroviruses and the Human Genome: Implications for Human Disease (PDF file) Citation: Donovan T (2010) Endogenous retroviruses and the human genome: implications for human disease. SPCV 2:e1

Tara Donovan
Program in Vaccinology and Immunotherapeutics
School of Public Health
and
Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization
University of Saskatchewan
Canada

Reviewer 1
Response to Reviewer 1
Reviewer 2
Response to Reviewer 2

2. Symbiotic Viruses of Eukaryots (PDF file) Citation: Hoffman B (2010) Symbiotic viruses of eukaryots. SPCV 2:e2

Brett Hoffman
Program in Vaccinology and Immunotherapeutics
School of Public Health
and
Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization
University of Saskatchewan
Canada

Reviewer 1
Reviewer 2

3. Viral Interference With Human Class I Major Histocompatibility Complex Presentation (PDF file) Citation: Huys A (2010) Viral interference with human major histocompatibility complex presentation. SPCV 2:e3

Adam Huys
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
University of Saskatchewan
Canada

Reviewer 1 and no comments and recommended acceptance with minor changes
Reviewer 2
Response to reviewer 2

4. New Strategies for Vaccine Development (PDF) Citation: Lobanova LM (2010) New strategies for vaccine development. SPCV 2:e4

Liubov M. Lobanova
Program in Vaccinology and Immunotherapeutics
School of Public Health
and
Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization
University of Saskatchewan
Canada

Reviewer 1
Response to reviewer 1
Reviewer 2 had no comments and recommended acceptance with minor changes

5. Human PapillomaVirus Oncogenesis and Cell Polarity (PDF) Citation: Thibault P (2010) HPV oncogenesis and cell polarity. SPCV 2:e5

Patricia Thibault
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
University of Saskatchewan
Canada

Reviewer 1
Response to Reviewer 1
Reviewer 2 had no comments and recommended acceptance with minor changes

6. RNA Viruses: Strategies to Maximize Coding Potential (PDF) Citation: Watkiss E (2010) RNA viruses: Strategies for maximizing coding potential. SPCV 2:e6

Ellen Watkiss
Department of Veterinary Microbiology
and
Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization
University of Saskatchewan
Canada

Reviewer 1
Reviewer 2