Press Release – Prevention, Detection and Various Approaches on Coronaviruses

Editor: Jean-Marc Sabatier

In this difficult period of the SARS-CoV-2 (and its variants) infection responsible for Covid-19 diseases, the importance of scientific works and reviews dealing with these viruses has never been more essential. This book Coronavirus brings together essential data regarding prevention (vaccination), detection, and various approaches (chemotherapeutic drugs and antibodies) to the potential treatment of coronavirus infections.

This volume brings together essential data regarding prevention (vaccination), detection, and various approaches (chemotherapeutic drugs and antibodies) to the potential treatment of coronavirus infections.


About the Editor:

Jean-Marc Sabatier is a Director of research at the French CNRS, with PhD and HDR degrees in Biochemistry and Microbiology. He headed several academic research teams (CNRS, INSERM, and University), as well as a combined academic-industry research laboratory devoted to the engineering of therapeutic peptides (ERT62, Marseilles, France). He was also a Director of Research for several French private companies as well as a Canadian public company. He acts as a Consultant for top pharmaceutical and cosmetic companies. Dr Sabatier works in the field of animal toxins and microbes. He contributed to several books in toxinology and virology and more than 170 scientific articles, 180 communications, and 55 patents in both biology and chemistry. He is o member of 61 Editorial Boards of scientific journals, such as ‘Peptides’, ‘Molecules’, ‘Antibiotics’, and the ‘Journal of Biological Chemistry. He also reviewed articles submitted for publication in > 100 international journals and acts as an expert for numerous national and international institutions. He won the ‘Citizen of the Year Award’ from the Novel Economist (1994) for his work on antivirals. He is o member of a dozen scientific societies, such as the ‘American Peptide Society’ (charter member), ‘European Peptide Society’, ‘American Society for Microbiology’, ‘Biochemical Society’, and ‘New-York Academy of Sciences.


Virology, Medicinal Chemistry, Immunology, Pharmacology, SARS-CoV-2, Neutralizing antibody, Covid-19 Diagnostic, Herd Immunity, Vaccine, vacation, drug, Antiviral

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Webinar For Authors: Dealing With Imposter Syndrome as an Academic

Thursday, 26 Aug 2021, 10:00 AM London Time


Bentham Science organizes webinars for emerging researchers, authors, editors, reviewers, academicians, and professionals to help them gain comprehensive knowledge about scholarly publishing.

We invite you to register for the following webinar to gain useful knowledge about communicating with the Editors and Reviewers.

Dealing With Imposter Syndrome as an Academic

Thursday, 26 Aug 2021, 10:00 AM London Time

Our team will talk through some of their experiences and we’ll have an open discussion about how to deal with pressure and other feelings of inadequacy in this presentation, including dreaded ‘imposter syndrome.

Tune in to ensure you are able to respond to the journal editor and peer-review comments on your work to maximize your publication success.

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World Lung Cancer Day 2021!

According to the American Cancer Society, more than 235,000 Americans will be diagnosed with lung cancer this year and 131,000 will succumb to the disease. Lung cancer is far and away the leading cause of cancer deaths in both men and women, making up almost a quarter of all cancer deaths. That’s more than of colon, breast and prostate cancers combined.

World Lung Cancer Day is an annual observance that began August 1, 2012 as a way to promote lung cancer awareness and overall lung health. It’s a necessary way to inform the public on risk factors that may lead to lung disease, especially smoking.

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