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Immunovisions

Immunovisions


Immunovisions

ImmunoVisions – Issue 16

In the June-August issue of ImmunoVisions, the free quarterly newsletter from Wiley-Blackwell, you can improve your writing skills, read about a lot of interesting topics (such as therapy in acute and chronic diseases and drug delivery systems in nanomedicine), watch the latest videos with editors and authors, and learn about immunology with a unique online interactive book.
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ImmunoVisions – Issue 15

In the March-May issue of ImmunoVisions you can read about the Day of Immunology (DoI), the newest textbooks in Immunology, the usage of the (In)Definite Articles, join the fight against TB and much more!

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 14

In the December issue of ImmunoVisions, the free quarterly newsletter from Wiley-Blackwell, read about the Nobel Prizes in Physiology or Medicine, see which articles are currently the most read and learn how to use dashes and hyphens to improve your writing skills. ImmunoVisions_Issue14

ImmunoVisions – Issue 13

September’s ImmunoVisions - as with the harvest at this time of year - brings you a crop of new items. This issue include Wiley-Blackwell journals covering allergy are now featured, in addition to our regular coverage of our immunology titles, special online collections of articles on a specific topic are highlighted in ImmunoSpecials and you can continue to improve your writing skills in the latest ImmunoWriting feature which this time helps you with the colon and semi-colon. If that’s not enough, you can find out which journal is celebrating 100 years of immunotherapy and catch up with the regular round-up of immunology-, and now allergy-, related content.

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 12

Discover the video podcast, brought to you by Immunological Reviews, in which Jeff Bluestone talks about immunological tolerance; the recently launched Current Protocols in Mouse Biology featuring, amongst others, methods involving Cre-transgenic mice; and our new features, writing tips, this time focusing on how to use the apostrophe. All this and more can be found in the June 2011 issue of ImmunoVisions.

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 11

March 2011’s ImmunoVisions brings you a new feature – writing tips – with the focus in this issue being the comma, helping you to use this pesky punctuation tool correctly. Also find out about the Webinar brought to you by Current Protocols and the Protein Society on strategies for producing membrane proteins in E. coli vs. yeast.

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 10

December 2010’s ImmunoVisions celebrates the presentation of the Robert Koch Award and the Robert Koch Gold Medal to Max Cooper and Fotis C. Kafatos respectively in Berlin last month. In addition, the best immunological research published by Wiley-Blackwell is also celebrated with highlighted articles from basic immunology journals such as the European Journal of Immunology and Immunology, review journals such Immunological Reviews and medical journals, such as Epilepsia and the Journal of Medical Virology. We hope you appreciate the diverse content and find something that you not have discovered before.

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 9

The October 2010 issue of ImmunoVisions highlights the latest appointments in the field of immunology with two Presidents either taking office or being elected this year. Also featured are a special issue devoted to B cells, and two reviews covering aspects of MHC class I and II biology. In addition, find out which journal is celebrating its 30th anniversary and read summaries of some of the key papers recently published in Wiley-Blackwell immunology journals.

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 8

The June issue of ImmunoVisions highlights the latest journal impact factors, the most recently published books and the newest updates in Current Protocols in Immunology; all from Wiley-Blackwell’s immunology portfolio. Honours in the field of immunology are also featured, as is noteworthy content, such as the special issues published in APMIS, Imunological Reviews’ issue on cytotoxic cells and highlighted articles from selected immunology titles. We hope you enjoy this immunological feast.

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 7

The first issue in 2010 of ImmunoVision highlights the forthcoming Day of Immunology (April 29), the latest volume in Wiley-Blackwell’s new Infection Biology Handbook Series, a podcast featuring an interview with Ralph Steinman, and a Translational Mini-Review Series on Th17 Cells. Articles selected from the latest immunology research published by Wiley-Blackwell are also highlighted

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 6

December 2009’s ImmunoVision brings you a special end of year offer – a 20% discount on books. Furthermore, immunology content published in the Encyclopaedia of Life Sciences and the Cochrane Library are highlighted, as are reviews series on NK cells and the translational mini-review series on B cell-directed therapies.

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 5

September 2009’s ImmunoVision brings you some of the latest special issues published by Wiley-Blackwell of interest to immunologists; malaria vaccine development, and the imaging of host-pathogen interactions are both covered below. Review series on HIV vaccines, immunological memory and tolerance are highlighted, as is the audio podcast in which Arlene Sharpe discusses costimulation. You can also find out whether animal models of disease are really useful and significantly improve your statistical knowledge with the comprehensive listing of Wiley-Blackwell statistical books

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 4

The latest immunological books from Wiley-Blackwell feature in the fourth issue of ImmunoVision (June 2009 issue), which is now available. Also in this issue of our newsletter, discover which immunologists have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences and read digest summaries related to articles covering topics ranging from tick-borne encephalitis to Th1 differentiation.

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ImmunoVisions – Issue 3

ImmunoVision is a new quarterly newsletter brought to you by Wiley-Blackwell highlighting the best immunological research, the latest books published, news on the key players in the field and other items of interest to the immunological community. As immunology impacts on so many areas of research, this newsletter serves to distil the findings from across a range of disciplines into one highly valuable resource.
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ImmunoVisions – Issue 2

ImmunoVision is a new quarterly newsletter brought to you by Wiley-Blackwell highlighting the best immunological research, the latest books published, news on the key players in the field and other items of interest to the immunological community. As immunology impacts on so many areas of research, this newsletter serves to distil the findings from across a range of disciplines into one highly valuable resource.
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ImmunoVisions – Issue 1

ImmunoVisions is a new quarterly newsletter brought to you by Wiley-Blackwell highlighting the best immunological research, the latest books published, news on the key players in the field and other items of interest to the immunological community. As immunology impacts on so many areas of research, this newsletter serves to distil the findings from across a range of disciplines into one highly valuable resource.
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