Journal of HIV and AIDS Research

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About the Journal
HIV infection remains incurable even today. Until a vaccine or effective cure is found, the greatest deterrent against HIV is the knowledge generated from systematic research. Several countries lack basic data sources to help researchers, non-governmental organizations (NGO) workers and policy implementers. In this context, Journal of HIV and AIDS Research draws attention of the readers to the latest developments in HIV research focused on prevention, treatment and cure. The journal encourages research articles, reviews, editorials, short communications, case reports and clinical trials.

Scope of the Journal
Journal of HIV and AIDS Research covers all the relevant topics of HIV and AIDS including molecular biology, clinical studies, epidemiological studies, immune restoration approaches, prevention, therapeutic science, vaccines, pathogenesis, diagnostics, drug resistance, virology, management strategies, anti-retroviral & palliative therapies, as well as public health policies. Authentic editorials and expert commentaries of the journal have the potential to serve as a forum for health policy discussions. The journal aims to present the context and insights in our understanding of HIV, its clinical aspects and challenges to deliver solutions to the people.

Publication Ethics

Lexis follows strict publication ethics and regulations as recommended by ICMJE and COPE. The editors at Lexis comply with the guidelines recommended by WAME.

Editorial Workflow

Lexis publisher is trying for exactly review process in all journals and books.

Lexis Anti-Plagiarism

Plagiarism can also be referred as academic theft. Lexis ensures that researcher and authors get full credit for their novel ideas and researches.

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HIV Viral Escape in Central Nervous System: A Retrospective Cohort

  • Rita Patrocínio-Jesus, Bárbara Flor-De-Lima, Casimiro Carlos, Joana Batis ta, Trigo Diva, Joana Silva, Pacheco Patrícia


The Aging of HIV: New Challenges and Perspectives

  • Diaz-Ramos Julio Alberto, Saldívar-Ruiz Ana Laura, Fraga-Ávila Claudia, Asencio-del Real Gabriela, Leal-Mora David, González-Hernández Luz Alicia, Andrade-Villanueva Jaime Federico

Editorial Note

Evolution of HIV/AIDS Studies

  • Ramya Sivakumar