Aim & Scope
Journal of Immunological Sciences is a multidisciplinary, open access, peer reviewed, non-profit journal, that publishes papers of the highest quality and significance in all areas of immunology. It aims at playing an essential role in monitoring advances in the various fields of immunology, bringing together the results in a readable and lucid form. It publishes high-impact, cutting-edge research papers for immunologists, physicians and researchers interested in immunology. It provides a novel way to disseminate the latest findings in basic and translational research in Immunology and to facilitate communication, both among scientists as well as the community at large. The Journal of Immunological Sciences welcomes submissions that explore novel ideas and approaches, as long as they are underpinned by conventional scientific practice and present falsifiable hypothesis that are tested with empirical methods and evidences.
This journal publishes research articles relevant to (but not limited) immune system and its molecular, functional, histological, developmental, cellular aspects. It also focuses on Clinical and Human Immunology, Immunotherapy and Vaccines, Immunomodulation, immunodeficiency, Systems Immunology ,immunity in ageing, signalling and apoptosis; antigen presentation, inflammation, tumour immunology, Immunochemistry, immunodermatology, immunohematology, mucosal immunity, neuroimmunology, immunoproteomics, immunogenetics, immunotoxicology, immunotolerance, Transplantation immunology, hypersensitivity, autoimmunity, histocompatibility, Immune Regulation, developmental immunology, Imaging, Mathematical modelling, fertility immunology, pregnancy immunology, immunocontraception, endometriosis. This journal also publishes articles relevant to Novel Immunological Methods and immuno-techniques which are instrumental tools in establishing the data supporting the research findings and diagnostic investigations. The essential criteria for publication will be clarity, experimental soundness and novelty. Priority is given to work that provides deep fundamental insight into the workings of the immune system and present results contradictory to current accepted thinking or ideas divergent from actual dogmas which are based on solid experimental findings.
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