Experimental and Clinical Immunogenetics
Exp Clin Immunogenet
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ISSN (printed): 0254-9670. ISSN (electronic): 1421-9948.
While basic findings still constitute the main focus of this unique publication, increasing emphasis is being given to clinical concerns and other applications of the science of immunogenetics. Contributions from leading international research groups offer readers new experimental data on proteins of immunological relevance, the MHC of various species, and other cell surface antigens including blood group epitopes. Special attention is given to reports on the evolution and ontogeny of the immunoglobulin superfamily, and the genetics of the immune response. A further exciting topic is the effects of bacteria, viruses and toxins on the immune system. The journal is a vital reference to all aspects of immunogenetic progress and its emerging relevance to clinical medicine, general and human genetics. Discontinued in 2002.
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