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Journal of Reproductive Immunology

Title Abbreviation
J Reprod Immunol
Electronic ISSN
Allergists, Biologists, Gynecologists, Immunologists, Obstetricians
The aim of the Journal of Reproductive Immunology is to provide the critical forum for the dissemination of results from high quality research in all aspects of experimental, animal and clinical reproductive immunobiology. This encompasses normal and pathological processes of: * Male and Female Reproductive Tracts * Gametogenesis and Embryogenesis * Implantation and Placental Development * Gestation and Parturition * Mammary Gland and Lactation. Including: * Infectious disease, including STDs * Inflammation * Autoimmunity * Mucosal Immunology * Cytokines and Other Immune Mediators * Immunoendocrinology * Reproductive Immunotherapies * Immunogenetics * Developmental Immunology * Immunology of Reproductive Cancers * Application of Immunological Techniques in Eluciation of Reproductive Processes or Dysfunction.
Sponsoring Association(s)
European Society for Reproductive Immunology (ESRI), International Society for Immunology of Reproduction (ISIR)
Publisher Name
Elsevier Science Ireland Ltd.
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