Clinical & Experimental Immunology

Cover image for Vol. 189 Issue 2

Edited By: Leonie Taams

Impact Factor: 3.41

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 60/150 (Immunology)

Online ISSN: 1365-2249


Thank you to our Reviewers

The entire editorial team of Clinical and Experimental Immunology would like to thank all those who reviewed articles for our journal in 2013. We are extremely grateful for your continued support of our journal, without which we could not function.

The full list is published in the April 2014 issue and can be viewed here.

Anywhere Article

Clinical & Experimental Immunology articles can now be read even more easily on digital devices, with the unveiling of Wiley’s Anywhere Article initiative. Anywhere Article is an amazing new suite of features and functionality for journal articles on Wiley Online Library. This represents the first step of many, to enhance every aspect of the user experience and potential for this platform.

Watch this short video (no audio) to see it in action.

Much of Clinical & Experimental Immunology's back catalogue is already available in the new format, so do take a look at the latest issue and look out for the enhanced article links.

What is Anywhere Article?

Anywhere Article is focused on making our journal content on Wiley Online Library more readable and portable, whilst also allowing rich information to be brought to the surface. It achieves these goals in the ways outlined below.

Readability - Superfluous information and clutter has been removed so that readers can focus on the article. Figures can be viewed in context or individually, and easily navigated, browsed or downloaded.

Functionality - The new layout and sidebar tray allows readers access to important information, ie; references, figures, publication history at any point in the reading experience, without losing their place on the main page.

Mobility - The responsive HTML Anywhere Article will adapt to any device – desktop, tablet, or mobile – to give the optimal reading experience. The sidebar and layout will configure to ‘best fit’ the device the content is being viewed on.

2012 Impact Factor: Clinical & Experimental Immunology on the rise again!

With the publication of the 2012 impact factors, Wiley-Blackwell and the British Society for Immunology are delighted to announce that Clinical & Experimental Immunology has risen again this year to 3.409. We thank Professor Mark Peakman and his editorial team for all their hard work. We’d also like to thank all the authors who contributed to the journal for submitting their interesting and high-quality research.

Visit the Author Services website for a wealth of information for all authors plus online production tracking for your article. Authors of articles in Clinical and Experimental Immunology can register to:

  • track the production status of their article online

  • choose to receive e-mail alerts on article status

  • get free access to their article when it is published online

Clinical & Experimental Immunology: Call for Cover Images (Rewards Offered!)
If any members have striking, yet unpublished, colour images in their possession that they feel might serve as suitable cover images for Clinical & Experimental Immunology we would love to receive them. For any images that are published, we offer the reward of £25 worth of Amazon vouchers. Obvious candidates are immunofluorescence images, but we will also consider 3D molecular models, or similar.

Note that we can only consider images in electronic format, and of sufficient resolution for print publication (300dpi absolute minimum, but preferably 600dpi). If published, we shall also require an accompanying legend.

Submit your images via email to Daniel Price (please submit low-resolution versions in the first instance to avoid email congestion!)

NIH Public Access Mandate
For those interested in the Wiley-Blackwell policy on the NIH Public Access Mandate,  please visit our policy statement. 


We are encouraging authors to declare potential conflicts of interest, in order to allow the journal readership to make a balanced appraisal of the author(s) interests. Details are available here.