Clinical Research in Immunology is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and case reports related to all aspects of immunology. The journal's scope covers a wide range of topics related to clinical immunology, including but not limited to:
Immunodeficiencies: Research on inherited and acquired immunodeficiencies, including primary and secondary immunodeficiencies, autoimmune diseases, and allergic diseases.
Immunotherapy: Study and development of immunotherapeutic approaches, such as monoclonal antibodies, cancer vaccines, adoptive cell transfer, and checkpoint inhibitors.
Transplantation Immunology: Research on the immune response to transplanted tissues and organs, as well as the development of new immunosuppressive therapies.
Innate Immunity: Research on the innate immune response, including the role of pattern recognition receptors, inflammation, and cytokines in host defense.
Adaptive Immunity: Study of the adaptive immune response, including the role of T cells, B cells, and antibodies in immunity.
Immunogenetics: Research on the genetics of immune function, including the identification of genetic variants associated with autoimmune diseases and immunodeficiencies.
Immunodiagnostics: Development and evaluation of diagnostic tests for immune-mediated diseases and disorders.
The journal welcomes original research articles, review articles, and case reports on these and other topics related to clinical immunology, with an emphasis on promoting the science and practice of immunology and evidence-based approaches to patient care. Overall, Clinical Research in Immunology covers many important areas of research in the field of immunology.