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Immunologic Research represents a unique medium for the presentation, discussion and clarification of complex scientific data. The scope of the journal covers the entire spectrum of immunology from the molecular and cellular level to immunological diseases and clinical applications. By maintaining a balance between basic and clinical data Immunologic Research provides a platform for researchers, clinicians as well as experts from industry to bring laboratory findings into the clinics. Our journal also provides a platform to present historical reviews and landmark discoveries as well as to discuss novel measure to teach immunology during public events and in the class room. Editorials, guidelines and new techniques of innovative importance are also encouraged.

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  • Sakir Ahmed,
  • Nicola Bizzaro
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