Scope of the journal

Immunology Innovation  Immunology Innovation covers the study of all aspects of the immune system, physiological function and host defence mechanisms of an organism. The journal provides current research information on basic and advanced Immunology. View More...
Letter to the EditorOpen Access

The hygiene hypothesis revisited

Alexander P Malyshkin
Immunology Innovation 3: 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

RANKL expression is differentially modulated by TLR2 and TLR4 signaling in fibroblasts and osteoblasts

Fabio Renato Manzolli Leite, Sabrina Garcia de Aquino, Morgana Rodrigues Guimarães, Joni Augusto Cirelli, Carlos Rossa Junior
Immunology Innovation 2: 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Decreased signal transducers and activators of transcription (STAT) protein expression in lymphatic organs during EAE development in mice

Wen Xuan Wu, Ling Zuo, Kimberly E. Dine, Kenneth S. Shindler
Immunology Innovation 1: 3

Original ResearchOpen Access

Cytokines and cervical length: a pilot study of relationship to incidence of preterm birth

Monica Smith, Dara Seybold, Kenny P Aladefa, Jamie L Miller, Byron C Calhoun
Immunology Innovation 1: 2

ReviewOpen Access

Adaptive immunity: the concept of linked functions

Alexander P. Malyshkin
Immunology Innovation 1: 1

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Prof. Dimitrios P. Bogdanos Head of Cellular Immunotherapy and Molecular Immunodiagnostics, Institute for Research and Technology. Professor of Immunopathology, Division of Transplantation Immunology and Mucosal Biology, King's College London School of Medicine. He is a recipient of the CLS award, Higher Education Council for England (HEFCE) and the Dame Sheila Sherlock Medal. His research focus is mainly on liver immunopathology.

Prof. Harry W. Schroeder, Jr Director of the UAB Program in Immunology and the UAB Training Program in Immunologic Diseases and Basic Immunology. His research is focused on the development and control of the diversity of the antibody repertoire and on the genetics of common variable immune deficiency and related antibody deficiencies. He has shown that the antibody repertoire is variably restricted at all stages of life and heavily influenced by natural selection of immunoglobulin gene segment sequence.

Immunology Innovation Subject Areas

Immune cells and organs, Antigens, antibodies and reactions, Innate and adaptive immunity, Immune system Development and Signalling, Hematopoiesis, Antigen processing and presentation, Cytokines and Chemokines, Immune response, Vaccines, AIDS and other immunodeficiencies, Autoimmunity, Transplant Immunology, Tumour Immunology, Immunotherapy, Reproductive Immunology, Apoptosis, Clinical and Mucosal Immunology, MHC genes and proteins.