Immunology

Cover image for Vol. 143 Issue 1

Edited By: Danny Altmann

Impact Factor: 3.735

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 46/144 (Immunology)

Online ISSN: 1365-2567

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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If any members have striking, yet unpublished, colour images in their possession that they feel might serve as suitable cover images for Immunology we would love to receive them.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-res versions in the first instance to avoid email congestion!).

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Our Latest Impact Factor: Onwards and Upwards!

With the publication of the latest ISI Impact Factors, Wiley-Blackwell is pleased to announce that Immunology has enjoyed a much-deserved increase, rising to 3.432! Congratulations to Editor in Chief, Danny Altmann and his team of dedicated Associate Editors, as well as the many authors who have contributed towards this success.

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The 50th Anniversary of Immunology Journal in 2008: Special January Issue

We hope you will take a look at the 50th anniversary issue of Immunology which is now available online in advance of its print publication in January 2008. For the occasion we invited key players in the field of immune regulation to offer us their analysis of where we have come to since the journal published the first paper on suppressor cells nearly 40 years ago. While we used the Ts paper as a springboard and invited the contributors to comment, if they wished, about the relationship between the Ts and Treg phenomena, they had free rein to interpret the brief either with this historical sweep, or purely in terms of current research, or indeed in terms of personal reminiscence.

We are honoured that a team as eminent as Tony Basten, Barbara Fazekas de St Groth, Ron Germain, Mark Greene, Ana Izcue, Judith Kapp, Tom Lehner, Bin Li, Fiona Powrie, Ethan Shevach, Liz Simpson and Herman Waldmann took up the gauntlet.
We hope you will enjoy reading their views.
Danny Altmann, Editor in Chief, Immunology

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Important Announcement – Immunology’s Editorial Office has moved!

Contact details are now as follows:
Immunology Editorial Office
The British Society for Immunology
Vintage House
37 Albert Embankment
London
SE1 7TL
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)20 3031 9804
Fax: +44 (0)20 7582 2882
Email: imm@immunology.org

Note that although the previous mailing address will remain active for some time, the old phone and fax numbers are to be curtailed.
The email addresses remain unchanged.
We encourage you to adopt the new contact details as soon as possible, and spread the word to colleagues.

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Author Services now live!

Visit the Author Services website for a wealth of information for all authors plus online production tracking for your article. Authors of articles in 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 on Wiley Online Library.

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