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Journal of Immunotoxicology


Title Abbreviation
J Immunotoxicol
ISSN
1547-691X
Electronic ISSN
1547-6901
Readership
Environmental Epidemiologists, Immunologists, Scientists, Toxicologists
Scope
The Journal of Immunotoxicology publishes open access research on toxicology, immunology and immunotoxicology for an international community. The journal serves as a singular forum for academia, government, consulting and industry to publish original research and read the latest research findings of their colleagues. Research from many subdisciplines are presented in the journal, including the areas of molecular, developmental, pulmonary, regulatory, nutritional, mechanistic, wildlife, and environmental immunotoxicology, immunology, and toxicology. Original research articles as well as timely comprehensive reviews are published in the journal. The Journal of Immunotoxicology operates a single-blind peer review policy.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Taylor & Francis, Inc. - UK
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