We’re excited to present the inaugural issue of Discovery Immunology, the newest Open Access journal from the British Society for Immunology covering new discoveries in cellular and molecular immunology.
Discovery Immunology is led by Professor Simon Milling, with the support of a team of globally-renowned experts from both academia and industry. The editorial team have been working hard over the past year to bring you a collection of high-quality articles from leading researchers, describing novel mechanisms controlling the immune response.
The first published content of the journal features five insightful reviews and one cutting-edge research article, covering key areas of interest in the field such as unconventional T cell signalling in cancer and the role of inflammasomes in cytokine storm syndromes.
We invite our members and the wider immunology community to take a look at the initial articles of our brand-new Open Access journal below.
Explore the initial articles
Unconventional modes of peptide–HLA-I presentation change the rules of TCR engagement
Jade R Hopkins, Bruce J MacLachlan, Stephen Harper, Andrew K Sewell & David K Cole
Expression of antimicrobial host defence peptides in the central nervous system during health and disease
Katie J Smith & Emily Gwyer Findlay
The role of interleukin-33 in organ fibrosis
Samuele Di Carmine, Molly M Scott, Mairi H McLean & Henry J McSorley
Looking into the IL-1 of the storm: Are inflammasomes the link between immunothrombosis and hyperinflammation in cytokine storm syndromes?
Tara A Gleeson, Erik Nordling, Christina Kaiser, Catherine B Lawrence, David Brough, Jack P Green & Stuart M Allan
Stroke-induced changes to immune function and their relevance to increased risk of severe COVID-19 disease
Laura McCulloch, Isobel C Mouat, Kieron South, Barry W McColl, Stuart M Allan & Craig J Smith
NKG2D signaling regulates IL-17A-producing γδT cells in mice to promote cancer progression
Sophie Curio, Sarah C Edwards, Toshiyasu Suzuki, Jenny McGovern, Chiara Triulzi, Nagisa Yoshida, Gustav Jonsson, Teresa Glauner, Damiano Rami, Robert Wiesheu, Anna Kilbey, Rachel Violet Purcell, Seth B Coffelt & Nadia Guerra
Visit the official Discovery Immunology website to browse the first published content. You can find articles on the issue page and on the Advanced Articles page in accepted manuscript form.
A note from Founding Editor-in-Chief of Discovery Immunology, Professor Simon Milling:
“I am delighted to present the inaugural issue of Discovery Immunology featuring novel and cutting-edge research articles accompanied by insightful reviews from experts in the field. These articles cover diverse aspects of cellular and molecular immunology and provide excellent examples of the broad range of high-quality content we’re looking to publish in the journal.”
“With the support of a fantastic team of international Senior Editors, we’re delighted to keep bringing you high-quality new insights into the workings of the immune system. I hope you will join me in supporting the British Society for Immunology to ensure that Discovery Immunology becomes an invaluable resource for the immunology community and a leading journal in the field.”
Find out more
- Join the conversation by following @discovimmunol on Twitter
- Be one of the first authors to publish in Discovery Immunology – submit your work
- Read about Founding Editor-in-Chief Professor Milling’s vision for the journal in his introductory Editorial
Discovery Immunology is an official journal of the British Society for Immunology and as such has joined Immunotherapy Advances and Clinical & Experimental Immunology as part of the BSI journal family. We’re proud to offer a 20% discount on publication fees in Discovery Immunology for BSI members. All BSI members are eligible for a discounted Article Processing Charge (APC) of £1,680.