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European Journal of Immunology

Vol 44 (12 Issues in 2014)
Edited by: Andreas Radbruch (Chairman of the Executive Committee)
Print ISSN: 0014-2980 Online ISSN: 1521-4141
Impact Factor: 4.97
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The European Journal of Immunology (EJI) is a basic immunology research journal, focusing on various aspects of immunology including, but not limited to:

  • antigen processing
  • cellular immune response
  • immunity to infection
  • immunomodulation
  • innate immunity
  • molecular immunology
  • leukocyte signalling
  • clinical immunology
  • new technology


Established in 1971, the Journal has been serving the needs of the immunology community worldwide with objective enthusiasm. While mechanistic insight, which helps us better understand the workings of the immune system is of great importance for EJI, we are also interested in studies that contain thought-provoking immunological findings. EJI is the official journal of the European Federation of Immunological Societies (EFIS).

HIGHLIGHTS 2013

  • Cells in Motion Viewpoints : experts voice their opinions
  • More review series: special reviews forthcoming
  • Accepted articles online: articles published online within days after acceptance
  • Technical reports: concise comments on methods
  • Frontline articles: the “hottest” research published with priority
  • Regular Reviews and Commentaries place research in a broader context
  • Rapid peer review and a fast track option available for authors
  • International team of editors
  • News and EFIS: promotes the exchange of information within the immunological communities and societies, as well as enhancing public awareness of immunology
  • Meetings calendar: regularly updated immunology events, including those sponsored by EFIS-EJI


ISI Impact Factor: 4.97*
*Thomson Reuters Citation Report 2012


ISSN: 0014-2980 (print), 1521-4141 (online)


Volume 43. 12 Issues in 2013

How to cite: To make sure that references to this journal are correctly recorded and resolved (for example in CrossRef or ISI Web of Science), please use the following abbreviated title in any citations: Eur. J. Immunol. (punctuation may vary according to the style of the citing journal).

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