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Call for Papers: Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology and Cancer

Call For Papers

Call for Papers: Special Journal of Pathology, Immunology and Cancer

Background

In this call for papers, we invite you to submit your papers for publication in the maiden edition of the Special Journal of Immunology. Papers will be accepted till the end of November because the Special Journal of Immunology Publishes tow editions in a year.

The advantage of this call for papers is that all papers accepted for publication will be published online on rolling bases until the period elapses in line with online publishing and different from print publishing that waits till the end of the period before publishing the volume.

In this call for papers, the first ten manuscripts to be accepted in this call for papers will receive 95% of the regular US$ 250 off discount to get the papers published.  Paper types include but not limited to – research papers, short communication, and letters to editors, reviews, meta-analysis, case reports, book chapters, book reviews, and many others. Submit your paper here…

What We Publish

In this call for papers, for the Special Journal of Immunology defines the extent of what we will publish and what we will not. Thus Special Journal of Immunology will accept within its scope of publication for consideration original and peer-reviewed papers included but not limited to the following list:

T cell immunity,

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. T cell immunity, host defense, epithelial cell biology, and lung physiology; Immunologic mechanisms of severe and steroid insensitive asthma
  2. Studies within our scope on Immune protection in HIV
  3. Development of a preventative vaccine and immunotherapy against HIV infection
  4. Viral-bacterial synergy in the lung; Bacterial toxin secretion via outer membrane vesicles; Mechanisms of chronic bacterial infections
  5. Evasion and suppression of innate immune signaling by enteroviruses
  6. Defining innate and adaptive immunity to fungal infections caused by Candida albicans and related species.
  7. Immunology and pathogenesis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

Animal models of arbovirus infection

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Animal models of arbovirus infection; rational vaccine design and immune responses to vaccines; the role of innate immune responses in controlling arbovirus disease
  2. HIV-1 and animal lentivirus antigenic variation; immune enhancement; AIDS vaccine development.
  3. Vaccines and correlates of protection for pneumonic tularemia; aerosol infection of animals with highly pathogenic viruses and bacteria
  4. Role of chemokines in the pathogenesis of HIV-1 and SIV; basic biology and inhibition of chemokines; roles played by lymphatic endothelial cells in infectious diseases and vaccines; vaccines for HIV-1, influenza, and cancer
  5. Effects of immune-metabolism on infectious disease outcomes

Innate Immunity;

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Innate Immunity; signaling process involved in cytokine production after virus infection; develop modulators for signaling pathways
  2. Viral immunology; T-cell activation and function
  3. Immunity and pathogenesis of human metapneumovirus
  4. T cell immunity, host defense, epithelial cell biology, and lung physiology; Immunologic mechanisms of severe and steroid insensitive asthma
  5. Targeting abnormal expression of MUC1 tumor antigen in Colitis-associated colon cancer and IBD
  6. Immunology and pathogenesis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

T cell differentiation and cytokines

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Role of T cell differentiation and cytokines in the context of human autoimmune diseases such as systemic sclerosis
  2. Defining signal transduction mechanisms and biological function of IL-2 and IL-17 family cytokines, using in vitro and in vivo models
  3. Role of the blood-brain barrier in encephalitic arbovirus diseases
  4. HIV-related pulmonary diseases, COPD, Asthma, pulmonary hypertension
  5. Mechanisms of asthma and tolerance–T cell, DC differentiation, signaling mechanisms (animal models of asthma, inducible transgenic techniques, genomics, and proteomics)

Transgenic models

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Transgenic models of immune diseases of the lung (asthma, pulmonary fibrosis), mechanisms of DC maturation and interactions with T cells
  2. Antigen processing and presentation; cross-priming; mechanisms of tumor immunology; immunosurveillance

Cytokines in autoimmune disorders

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Cytokines in autoimmune disorders with a particular interest in IL-17 and IL-21; Biology of Th17 cells and T Follicular helper cells; Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) and Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA); Identify novel therapeutic targets in SLE and RA
  2. Transcriptional control of V(D)J recombination; aging and the immune system; NK cell development and function
  3. Immunometabolism, mechanisms of T cell exhaustion, metabolism in regulatory T cell biology
  4. Defining signal transduction mechanisms and biological function of IL-2 and IL-17 family cytokines, using in vitro and in vivo models
  5. Signal transduction pathways that control T cell activation

Basic immunologic mechanisms

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Basic immunologic mechanisms,” with the descriptors: Innate immunity induction after arbovirus infection; interferon system activity and antagonism in the virus-infected host
  2. Skin genetic immunization; immunobiology of skin; bone marrow-derived DCs
  3. Th1/Th2 differentiation; autoimmunity
  4. Autoimmunity and chronic inflammatory disease; Activation and regulation of Th17 cells; IL-23 and other cytokines that modulate inflammation; In vivo modeling of human autoimmune disease
  5. Th1/Th2 regulation; autoimmunity; human NK cell biology

Transcriptional and epigenetics

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Transcriptional and epigenetic control of T cell differentiation
  2. Regular of apoptosis in T lymphocytes; tumor immunity
  3. Studies within our scope on Th subsets; immunology of lung
  4. Immunology of lung; the role of AKT in immune function
  5. Innate Immunity; signaling process involved in cytokine production after virus infection; develop modulators for signaling pathways

Autoimmunity; Blood or Blood Products

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Autoimmunity; Blood or Blood Products or Transfusions; Bone Marrow Transplantation; Immunobiology; Immunology; Immunopathology; Immunotherapy; Lymphocytes; Transgenic Animals
  2. Cytokine immunobiology; Innate immune cell regulation of immunity and tolerance; Transplant immunology; Alarmins; Characterization and application of regulatory immune cells in transplantation
  3. Immunology of aging; biology of inflammation
  4. Regulatory T cell biology, including  immune modulation and identification of novel Treg molecules and their function
  5. Human T cell biology; tumor immunology; transplant immunology  
  6. Skin genetic immunization; immunobiology of skin; bone marrow-derived DCs

Tumor immunology

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Tumor immunology; dendritic cell biology; cytokine biology; regulation of apoptosis in immune effectors
  2. T cell-mediated tumor immunity and autoimmunity
  3. Thl/Th2 regulation; autoimmunity; NK cell biology
  4. Tumor immunology; dendritic cell biology
  5. Regulation of apoptosis in T lymphocytes; tumor immunity
  6. Natural killer cell and CTL antitumor targeting mechanisms

B and T lymphocytes

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. B and T lymphocytes interaction and development in response to antigen challenge, how responses are initiated by dendritic cells and dampened by regulatory cells
  2. Surface receptors and ligands involved in intercellular communication within the immune system, and the analysis of the role of each molecular and cellular component over time in vivo
  3. Studies within our scope on the Immune Regulation of Disease combine research into autoimmunity and parasite immunology with emphasis on immune evasion by long-lived parasite pathogens, as well as the factors controlling immune pathologies such as autoimmune diseases and allergy

Design of immunological interventions

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Design of immunological interventions to ameliorate pathology or to enhance host immunity, in conjunction with new vaccines against parasites
  2. The Molecular Biology and Genetics of Parasites tailored to defined antigens in malaria parasites with the ultimate goal of new vaccines development 
  3. Trypanosome molecular biology aims to understand cell cycle control and differentiation with a view to novel drug development
  4. The molecular biology of helminth parasites (worms) is also under study in Immunology and Infection
  5. Cross-presentation “describes a mechanism of antigen-presentation, where exogenous antigen (Ag) is presented via MHC class I molecules to CD8 T cells. This mechanism is thought to be especially important for anti-tumor-responses and tolerance induction of self-reactive CD8 T cells

The CD8 T cell avidity

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. The CD8 T cell avidity for its target cell determines the efficacy of tumor-cell- lysis and killing. This avidity is determined by the genetically encoded T cell receptor (TCR) as well as by immunoregulatory surface molecules expressed by T cells. In this project, we will analyze a further level of regulation, the so-called „T cell tuning“, where the threshold of T cell activation seems to be critically determined by the actual T cell environment
  2. The CD8 T cell avidity for its target cell determines the efficacy of tumor-cell- lysis and killing. This avidity is determined by the genetically encoded T cell receptor (TCR) as well as by immunoregulatory surface molecules expressed by T cells. In this project, we will analyze a further level of regulation, the so-called „T cell tuning“, where the threshold of T cell activation seems to be critically determined by the actual T cell environment

Antigen processing and presentation;

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. Antigen processing and presentation; cross-priming; mechanisms of tumor immunology; immunosurveillance
  2. Metabolism of antitumor immunity, tumor immunotherapy
  3. Vaccines; Ag Processing; Cutaneous Immunobiology
  4. Development of novel immunotherapeutic approaches to head and neck tumors
  5. Papers with details in tumor immunology are on the leading edge of research in tumor antigen discovery, antigen presentation with special emphases on dendritic cells, lymphocyte specificity and activation, cytokine action, and in vivo vaccination strategies to develop safe and effective treatments for cancer by enhancing anti-cancer immune responses.
  6. Related studies in this area include the search for underlying genetic or biochemical defects that lead to cell transformation and tumorigenesis, which may also influence tumor immunogenicity.

Intracellular signal transduction

In this call for papers we invite all Manuscripts for publication that deal with

  1. These studies emphasize intracellular signal transduction, programmed cell death, and oncogene function. Members also study development, activation, and function of natural killer cells

 

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