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Immunology and Microbiology

Research into Immunology and Microbiology assumed greater significance in the light of emerging diseases, for the development and testing of new vaccines, drugs as well as genetic engineering for environmental applications; Fundamental and clinical research into Immunology and Microbiology principles and molecular mechanisms attained importance and preference, particularly for pathogenic species; Despite greater efforts, communicable infectious diseases and antibiotic resistance are still the major challenges; Immunology and Microbiology combines molecular and cellular events pertaining to immunological and biochemical domains of physiology that determine the pathological susceptibility or immunity in an organism towards microbes or external agent; Dysregulation of the immune response, either defective or excessive, may lead to several disorders including allergic reactions, autoimmune disorders or cancer

Aim and Scope

Immunology and Microbiology is a multidisciplinary journal aimed at providing insight into the study of microbes and the host immune, biological and physiological responses, and therapeutics.

The need for effective cure to infectious microorganisms has brought the fields of Immunology and Microbiology together. Immunology and Microbiology publishes recent developments in the basic, experimental and applied research in these areas, which would enhance our understanding of viral and bacterial pathogenesis, infectious disease etiology, immunological response of the host, infectious disease prognosis, therapeutics & treatment options and procedures. The journal covers research topics including general microbiology, immunology, and host-pathogen interactions in addition to both fundamental and clinical aspects of virology, bacteriology, mycology, parasitology and immunology. The journal aims to cater for the increasing requirement of systematic research based information among pathologists, clinicians and health care professionals.

Subjects covered by Immunology and Microbiology include but are not limited to:

Non-classical models of immunity and functions of cells

Basic, translational and clinical immunology

Classical and Developmental immunology

Cellular & Molecular Immune Responses

Systemic lupus erythematosus

Inborn errors of immunity

Autoimmunity and tumor immunology


Transplantation and tolerance

Leukocyte and lymphoid organ ontogeny

Immunological studies in humans and model organisms

Basic mechanisms of immune system development and function

Clinical and immunological phenotype of human immune disorders

Availability of a growing number of biological drugs

Novel approaches to diagnosis and treat immune disorders

Immunomodulation and immunotherapy

Allergy and Other Hypersensitivities

Antigen Recognition and Responses

Tissue immunology and leukocyte trafficking

Infectious Disease and Host Response

Nylon wool columns to enrich T cell populations

Peptide binding motifs for previously uncharacterized MHC products

Three-dimensional structures of allergens or other antigens and antibody-defined epitopes

Chemical and physiological characteristics of the components of the immune system in vitro, in situ, and in vivo

Polymorphisms of immunoglobulin receptors and the effects

Comparative analysis of proteins of immunological interests

Computatiional and radiological immunology

Immune Cell Development and Senescence

Autoimmune disorders and hypersensitivity reactions

Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus [LCMV]

Breakthroughs in Immunotherapeutics


Molecular Biology

Molecular Microbiology

Agricultural Microbiology

Biochemical Microbiology

Applied and Environmental Microbiology




Clinical Microbiology and Diagnostics

Food Monitoring and Quality Control Microbiology

Microbial Genetics and Genomics


Soil and Sediment Microbiology


Veterinary Microbiology


Instrumentation and Immunological Techniques

Microbial Immunology

Medical Microbiology and Public Health

Food and Dairy Microbiology

Plant-Microbe Interactions

Protein Markers/Profiles



Biomolecular interactions, signaling networks, systems biology

Cell death, Autophagy

Computational biology

DNA and RNA replication, repair, and recombination

Gene expression

Nuclear organization

RNA processing, structure, and functions of non-coding RNAs, transcription

Structural biology

Synthetic biology

Blotting Techniques

Mycology and Virology

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