Cellular Immunology

A section of Cells (ISSN 2073-4409).

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The immune system plays a key role in protecting the host from microbes and chemicals preserving the homeostasis of the body. Also, it is involved in sensing danger signals originating from the host components during disease onset and progression as well as repair of tissues. Thus, the immune system can greatly influence the overall physiological and pathophysiological responses. Cells of the innate and adaptive immunity can interact with cellular and matrix components of several tissues and this interaction is strictly regulated. This section of Cells aims to publish findings that provide novel insights and/or conceptual advances to the knowledge of phenotypic, biochemical and molecular features and functional mechanisms of immune cells. Relevant research topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • innate immunity
  • adaptive immunity
  • bridge between innate and adaptive immunity
  • cross-talk between immune cells and tissue microenvironment
  • immunobiology and immunogenetics
  • tumor immunology
  • cells in immune-mediated diseases
  • immunopharmacology
  • infection immunology
  • neuroimmunology
  • transplantation immunology

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