Congratulations to the winner of the Pathogens and Disease Article Award, Kevin Hoffman for his paper 'Sex differences in cytokine production following West Nile virus infection: Implications for symptom manifestation'. Submit a paper for publication in 2020 to be in with a chance of winning the Pathogens and Disease €1,000 Award.
Calls for Papers
Obligate intracellular bacterial pathogens constitute an important group of understudied human pathogens. This Thematic Issue will highlight recent advances in the genetic dissection of these organisms, in our understanding of their unique infectious cycle and ability to hijack host cells as well as advances in our understanding of associated immune responses.
Authors are invited to submit to Pathogens and Disease on a range of topics including discovery-driven studies on pathogens, host-pathogen interactions, host response to infection and their molecular and cellular correlates. Explore the instructions to authors for more information.
This issue will focus on the invertebrate model Galleria mellonella, an alternate model that offers the opportunity to not only reduce the use of mammals in research but equally to allow researchers greater flexibility to follow exciting leads and to open new opportunities for high throughput screening.