期刊：JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY征文
期刊链接：J ALLERGY CLIN IMMUN
Genetic Errors of Immunity
Inborn errors of immunity (IEI) are caused by damaging germline variants in single genes leading to increased susceptibility to infections, immune dysregulation, bone marrow failure, and/or malignancy. While individually rare, the aggregated number of individuals with an IEI represents a significant health burden. Not all errors of immunity (EI) are inborn, however, and some EI are due to somatic rather than germline variants. The latter have not received as much attention as the inborn errors.
Prof. Stuart Tangye, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Australia
Dr. Anna Villa, The National Research Council (CNR) Institute for Genetic and Biomedical Research (IRGB), Italy
Special issue information:
In this Special Issue of the Journal, the reader will find a comprehensive compendium of review articles, editorials, original research, brief reports, expertly curated to bring our readers the most timely and thorough collection on 'Genetic Errors of Immunity'. The Editors are pleased to work with Co-Guest Editors Drs. Anna Villa and Stuart Tangye in curating this edition, which is novel in both the breadth of its focus as well as the online nature where articles will be collected over the span of several months and added to the Special Issue as they are accepted.
Manuscript submission information:
The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology’s submission system is open for submissions to our Special Issue. Please below the submission details:
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Submission deadline: Please submit your manuscript before 01st May 2024.
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Newborn screening; Monogenic Allergy; Gut barrier; T regopathies; Autoinflammation; Actinopathies; Somatic variants; Multiomics