Joint virtual issue
A collection of articles source from both Immunology and Clinical & Experimental Immunology that explore different aspects of the mechanisms that initiate autoimmunity, autoimmune pathophysiology and inflammatory pathways as well as aspects of autoimmune pathology, diagnosis and management of disease. Watch the video introduction from the Editors-in-Chief below.
Here are the latest free Virtual Issues from Immunology.
This collection demonstrates new directions in our understanding of the shaping of adaptive immunity.
This collection includes articles which shed light on different aspects of tissue-specific immune responses to infection and those involved in inflammation in mucosal, adipose and lymphoid tissues.
The key reviews and papers included in this collection examine the specific roles of miRNAs within the immune system, whilst also investigating their potential as biomarkers of disease.
This virtual issue collects together some of vast amount of information that is known about T cell subsets, their roles in immunity and immunopathology, and regulation.
Clinical & Experimental Immunology
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Collection of articles describing some of what is known about the underlying immunological and biological processes involved in immune-aging.
This collection examines the mechanisms underlying the development of type 1 diabetes and different treatment strategies under investigation, in both humans and mouse models.
This collection of reviews and research papers from Clinical & Experimental Immunology outlines some of the important areas in translational immunology research in the diagnosis and treatment of a number of diseases.
This collection of articles covers a broad range of different aspects of the microbiome and ‘hygiene hypothesis’.
The way in which the immune system reacts to dead and dying cells is key in the pathogenesis of a number of diseases, with impaired clearance of apoptotic cells being implicated in many conditions.