Journal of Leukocyte Biology
For nearly 30 years, the Journal of Leukocyte Biology (JLB) has published high-quality peer-review research reports on the cellular and molecular biology of leukocytes and on the origins, the developmental biology, biochemistry and functions of granulocytes, lymphocytes, mononuclear phagocytes and other cells involved in host defense and inflammation. Recent updates to the journal now make it more appealing visually, while offering more editorials and commentaries than ever before.
The journal is published by the Society for Leukocyte Biology with the goal of promoting and extending current understanding of the importance of leukocyte biology, particularly in regard to the physiology of these cells and their relationship to the immune system. JLB also continues to strengthen its partnerships with institutions through co-branding opportunities.
Readership consists primarily of basic biomedical researchers in hematology, pathology, immunology, infectious diseases, allergy, cytokine, and inflammatory research.
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- Editor: Luis Montaner, DVM, MSc, DPhil
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