Aims & Scope
Nature Reviews Immunology provides in-depth coverage of all areas of immunology, from fundamental mechanisms to applied aspects. In addition to our review articles, we highlight recent developments and exciting new primary papers in the field, as well as reflecting on the people, papers and events that have influenced the development of immunology.
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ISSN and EISSN
The international standard serial numbers (ISSN) for Nature Reviews Immunology are 1474-1733 (print) and 1474-1741 (online).
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