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European Journal of Immunology

Title Abbreviation
Eur J Immunol
Electronic ISSN
Allergists, Cell Biologists, Cytologists, Endocrinologists, Hematologists, Immunologists, Microbiologists, Molecular Biologists, Neurologists, Oncologists, Rheumatologists
The European Journal of Immunology (EJI) is an immunology research journal, focusing on various aspects of immunology including, but not limited to: A. Basic: Innate immunity, Adaptive immunity, Leukocyte and lymphoid organ ontogeny, Molecular immunology and signaling, Tissue immunology and leukocyte trafficking, New technology. B. Basic/Clinical studies: Immunity to infection, Allergy and inflammation, Immunodeficiencies and autoimmunity, Transplantation and tolerance, Tumor immunology, Immunomodulation and Immune Therapies. The Journal has been serving the needs of the immunology community worldwide with objective enthusiasm. While mechanistic insight, which helps us better understand the workings of the immune system is of great importance for EJI, we are also interested in studies that contain thought-provoking immunological findings.
Sponsoring Association(s)
European Federation of Immunological Societies (EFIS)
Publisher Name
Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
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