Journal of Immunological Sciences requires authors to carefully choose the appropriate article type for their manuscript. Research Article: A Research article reports the new results of original scientific research within the journal’s scope. Generally these papers are expected to include Title, Abstract, Keywords, Background/Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusions, List of abbreviations used (if any), Competing interests (if any), Authors' contributions, Authors' information, Acknowledgements, Funding, Endnotes (if any), References, Illustrations and figures (if any), Tables and captions (if any), and Additional supplementary files (if any).Papers that are exclusively methodological or that the editors of the journal present models or hypothesis unsupported by original data are not acceptable.
Manuscripts must be submitted by one of the authors of the manuscript, through online submission.
If authors face any technical problem with online submission, they can send the article through an email attachment to the editorial office at editor[at]
Conference Proceedings: Conference Proceedings are the short summaries of findings presented at many important Scientific Meetings, International Conferences, Seminars, Congresses and Scientific Events around the world.
They provide an early picture of current research that is likely to appear later as a published article in any journal.
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Case reports often describe unique cases that show an unexpected variation of a disease or condition and that cannot be explained by known diseases or syndromes.
Journal of Immunological Sciences gives priority to the cases with clinical significance.
Review articles must include an abstract of 100-200 words and a maximum of 100 references.
There is no required page limit for a review article.5.