Human Immunology will publish research in Immunogenetics, Cellular, Molecular and Clinical Immunology. Section editors for each of these fields have been selected to expedite the review process. The immunogenetics section will present findings on structural polymorphism of HLA genes in healthy and diseased populations, their function, regulation and expression in normal and malignant cells. The molecular immunology section will present research on the structure and function of molecules that play a role in the activation and regulation of the immune system. Cellular immunology will encompass the broad areas of in vitro and in vivo studies of cellular immune responses in transplantation, autoimmunity and infectious diseases. The clinical immunology section will present studies on the immunology of cell, tissue and organ transplantation, autoimmune, allergic and infectious diseases, and anti-tumor responses. Manuscripts will be reviewed and published rapidly. The chief criteria for publication are originality and quality. Pertinent information about immunologic studies in animal systems may also be considered. Topics of general interest form the basis for editorials and special issues. Human Immunology is now available on ContentsDirectTo receive the contents of Human Immunology via e-mail, simply send and e-mail to CDSubs@elsevier.co.uk indicating the name of the journal, your e-mail address, and your mailing address.
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