Clinical Immunology & Research

Open Access ISSN: 2639-8494

Clinical Immunology & Research (ISSN 2639-8494) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal publishes articles on molecular and cellular bases of immunological disease. It provides a novel way to disseminate the latest findings in basic and translational research in Immunology and to facilitate communication, both among scientists as well as the community at large. The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to Ageing, Allergy, Autoimmunity, Biotechnology, HIV, Immunodermatology, Immunotherapeutics, Immunohematology, Immunotoxicology, Infection and Immunity, Mucosal Immunity, Neuroimmunology, Primary Immunodeficiency, Transplantation, Tumor Immunology, Vaccines.

Clinical Immunology & Research publishes Research articles, Reviews, Case studies, Short communications, Editorials, and letters to the editor on various aspects of Immunology research.

Our journal strongly supports the Open Access initiative. All published articles will be assigned DOI provided by Cross Ref. Clinical Immunology & Research will keep up-to-date with the latest advancements in the feilds of immunology, virology and clinical trails. Abstracts and Pdfs of all articles published are freely available to everyone immediately after publication.

Authors are requested to submit manuscripts as an e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at

Recent Articles

Case Report DOI: 10.33425/2639-8494.1008
Two Cases of Complete Recoveries from Autoimmune And/Or Allergic Diseases

Authors: Kimihiko Okazaki

Research Article DOI: 10.33425/2639-8494.1016
Preliminary Assessment of a Newly Designated Predictive Index for Relapse in a Treated Cohort of IgG4 -RD Egyptian Patients

Authors: Hany El-Saadany

Editorial DOI: 10.33425/2639-8494.1007
Vaccines for Human Viral Diseases As Well As For Oncogenic Non-Viral Antigens

Authors: Giulio Tarro

Review Article DOI: 10.33425/2639-8494.1015
Travel & Edible Vaccines

Authors: Reim Sheikh Mohammed.

Review Article DOI: 10.33425/2639-8494.1030
Ivermectin and Herd Immunity in SARS COV2 Pandemic from Local Experience to Broader Possibility

Authors: Hector E Carvallo, Roberto R Hirsch.