Immune Cell Biology 2021
The JCB editorial team is pleased to share this new collection of recent, exciting articles delving into the cell biology of immunity. We have selected a diverse set of articles, which we hope will appeal to immunologists, virologists, and microbiologists who aim to better understand the interface between immune cell function and the pathogen life cycle. The collection includes novel analyses of T cell development, NK cell and dendritic cell function, immune synapse dynamics, inflammation, and the interplay between cell death and inflammatory signaling in the context of infection. Discover cutting-edge findings about immune evasion in cancer and neuroinflammation, as well as fundamental, mechanistic studies of virus replication and host-pathogen interactions.
We hope you enjoy this selection and welcome your feedback via Twitter and email. See more immunology-related articles from JCB, and click here to find COVID-19 content from all RUP journals, including recent JCB perspectives on the role of the early secretory pathway in SARS-CoV-2 infection and the possibility of using synthetic lethality to disrupt the coronavirus’s life cycle. Sign up for more special collections here.