Cell Host & Microbe was launched in March 2007. The journal’s mission is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and concepts between scientists studying the microbe with those studying the host immune and cell biological response upon colonization or infection by a microbe.
Cell publishes findings of unusual significance in any area of experimental biology, including but not limited to cell biology, molecular biology, neuroscience, immunology, virology and microbiology, cancer, human genetics, systems biology, signaling, and disease. Cell features review and opinion articles on recent research advances and issues of interest.
Immunity publishes papers that report the most important advances in immunology research. The range of subjects includes, but is not limited to, immune cell development and senescence, signal transduction, gene regulation, innate and adaptive immunity, autoimmunity, infectious disease, allergy and asthma, transplantation, and tumour immunology.
Trends in Parasitology has become a highly regarded review journal of international importance. This reflects the truly global significance of medical and veterinary parasites, and as a result the journal has more than 30,000 readers in 128 countries. To maintain its cosmopolitan coverage, Trends in Parasitology not only commissions articles of interest to the specialist but ensures they are written in a form accessible to readers in other fields. Its format and broad scope have made it an essential journal for parasitologists worldwide.
Trends in Immunology plays an essential role in monitoring advances in the various fields of immunology, bringing together the results in a readable and lucid form. The backbone of each issue is a series of succinct reviews and hypothesis-driven viewpoints. Together with the other sections of the magazine they give the reader a complete picture of the diverse field of immunology.
Trends in Microbiology provides a multidisciplinary forum for the discussion of all aspects of microbiology: from cell biology and immunology to genetics and evolution, and ranges across virology, bacteriology, protozoology and mycology.