JEM Immunology Collection 2018
From basic research into fundamental cellular and molecular processes in the immune system to innovative translational studies with therapeutic implications, this collection explores recent and exciting advances in immunology and reflects diverse new lines of research, celebrating intersections with other fields such as cancer and metabolism.
For over 120 years, JEM has been a venue for seminal studies that have helped to establish our understanding of the basic principles of the immune system and move the field of research to new frontiers, aiding in the development of new therapies for multiple diseases.
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Image: An Il4ra–/– mouse thymus stained for CD4 (blue), CD8 (green), and the medullary epithelial cell marker ERTR5 (red), highlighting an epithelial-free area within the thymic medulla. The image provided by White et al. was featured on the cover the August 2017 JEM and corresponds to their article “A type 2 cytokine axis for thymus emigration.”