Human Immunology is a monthly, peer-reviewed journal providing an exchange of information and ideas on structural polymorphism of HLA genes in healthy and diseased populations, their function, regulation and expression in normal and malignant cells. The journal also publishes research on the structure and function of molecules that play a role in the activation and regulation of the immune system, and on the immune response of patients with transplants, autoimmunity or infectious diseases. Subdisciplines such as neuroimmunology, immunopharmacology, and developmental and reproductive immunology are included, as well as editorials and seminar series on topics of general concern.
Human Immunology is published 12 times a year by Elsevier Science Publishing Company, New York. A subscription is included in ASHI full, sustaining full, institutional and sustaining institutional membership categories. Click here for an order form for members (pdf).
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