About the journal

Oxford Open Immunology publishes high-interest research and reviews across all aspects of the immune system in health and disease. Taking a bench to bedside approach, the journal brings together the mechanistic, basic research on the biology and workings of the immune system alongside clinical perspectives and applications of cutting edge immunology-based research for diagnosis and treatment of clinical disease. Disease relevance can include autoimmunity, cancer, infectious diseases, immunodeficiencies, metabolic disease and transplantation. Oxford Open Immunology particularly encourages submissions in emerging disciplines, including immune-informatics and systems immunology, microbiota research, single-cell and NGS approaches, mass cytometry and imaging.

Areas of research considered in the journal include, but are not limited to:

Accessory molecules
Adjuvants
Allergy
Animal models
Antibodies/BCR
Antigen processing
Autoimmunity
Bacterial immunology
B cell biology
Cancer
Chemokines
Cytokines
Cytotoxicity
DAMPS
Developmental immunology
Fungal immunity
HLA
Immune imaging
Immune checkpoint inhibitors
Immunodeficiency
Immunogenetics
Inflammation
Innate populations
Lymphoid architecture
MHC
Microbiota
NK cells
PAMPS
Regulatory cells
Structural immunology
T cells
Therapeutic mAbs
Tissue resident populations
Tolerance
Trafficking
Transplantation
Vaccines
Viral immunology

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