Microbes and Infection publishes 15 peer-reviewed issues per year with the most advanced research in all fields of the study of infection and immunity. The journal brings together original reports, reviews and discussion papers dealing with the different levels of host-microbe interactions, and in particular. The molecular and cell biology of interactions between hosts and microbes (viruses, bacteria, parasites, fungi; also prions) The local response of infected organs and tissues, including local immunity and pathology Animal models of infectious diseases, including defense against microorganisms in non-mammalian organisms Vaccine development Clinical and epidemiological studies.
Holdings: Vol. 93, no. 1 (1995)-v.96, no 4 (Oct. 12, 1998)
Related titles: Merged with Annales de l\'Institut Pasteur. Immunologie, Bulletin de l\'Institut Pasteur, Research in Immunology and Research in Virology to form Microbes and Infection
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