Immunological Reviews

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Edited By: Gary Koretzky

Impact Factor: 12.909

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 6/144 (Immunology)

Online ISSN: 1600-065X

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  • Current Issue:March 2015

    Volume 264, Issue 1

    Special Issue: Tuberculosis

  • January 2015

    Volume 263, Issue 1

    Special Issue: Hematologic Malignancies

  • November 2014

    Volume 262, Issue 1

    Special Issue: Monocytes and Macrophages

  • September 2014

    Volume 261, Issue 1

    Special Issue: Transcriptional and Epigenetic Netw...

  • July 2014

    Volume 260, Issue 1

    Special Issue: Mucosal Immunity

Forthcoming Volumes

Vol. 265: The Inflammasome
Vol. 266: Ubiquitinylation in the Immune System
Vol. 267: Co-Evolution of Lymphocyte Receptors with MHC class I
Vol. 268: Fc Receptors
Vol. 269: Autoimmunity
Vol. 270: Immunoglobulins: from genes to therapies
Vol. 271: The Thymus, Lymph nodes, and Lymphatics
Vol. 272: Antigen Presentation
Vol. 273: Neutrophils
Vol. 274: Preformed Mediators of Defense

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NEW video: Tuberculosis

Watch the new Immunological Reviews video with Dr. Carl Nathan discussing tuberculosis, giving an overview of topics discussed in Volume 264

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Editors Preview for 2015

This year Immunological Reviews will bring its readers six volumes that address areas of immunology from basic biology to immunopathologies that have significant impact on human health and quality of life. Reviews in these volumes also describe how new immunologic discoveries have led to the development of novel therapeutics that are becoming increasingly important in the clinic. For each of these issues, our renowned guest editors have commissioned articles that cover the topic of interest with each group being encouraged to include individual contributions to the scientific advances in that field of study. Reading the collection of reviews in each volume will bring our readers up to date on the history, current work, as well as future directions in each of these rapidly evolving areas. Read the full article.

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