Research and Reports in Immunology

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Research and Reports in Immunology


Research and Reports in Immunology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes immunological articles of the highest quality and significance, which aim at facilitating design/discovery of novel drugs. This journal’s contents constitute case reports, review articles, research articles, opinion, short commentary, letter to editor in this discipline. 

Aims and Scope 

The journal aims to focus on all aspects of immunology that may provide a better insight into the immune system in order to achieve an immediate and comprehensive cure for immunological disorders. To this extent, the journal encompasses a wide spectrum of topics including innate and adaptive immunity, complement system, autoimmunity, allergy, inflammation, development of immune cells, antigen presentation, antigenicity, signal transduction in immune cells, gene regulation, infectious diseases, vaccines, and stem-cell transplantation. 

The range of subjects covered by the journal include Classical Immunology, Clinical Immunology, Immuno-Oncology, Computational Immunology, Diagnostic Immunology, Evolutionary Immunology, Immunopathology, Immunogenetics, Immunopharmacology, Neuroimmunology, Systems Immunology, Molecular Immunology, Radiology Immunology, and Veterinary Immunology.

The journal constitutes its Editorial-Board comprising scholars from all over the world that may be instrumental in offering their critical views on research and report related to immunology.

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Just Published Articles

Research Article November 27, 2018


Res Rep Immunol: 2(1): 11-21

High titres of immunoglobulin g class 1 antibodies to duffy binding-like (DBL) 5 during the third trimester of pregnancy are associated with past placental malaria at delivery in an area of high seasonal transmission in Burkina Faso.

Ousmane Traoré, Kaboré W. O. Benjamin, Esmée Ruizendaal, Hermann Sorgho, Innocent Valéa, Maminata Traoré-Coulibaly, Susana Scott, Petra F. Mens, Henk D. F. H. Schallig, Yves Traoré, Adrien M. G. Belem, Umberto D?Alessandro and Halidou Tinto


Editorial May 29, 2018


Res Rep Immunol: 2(1): 9-10

The Role of the Microbiota in Inflammatory Disease: The Celiac Disease Model.

Rituparna De


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