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Empowering a community publishing articles in Immunotherapy, Vaccines, Autoimmune diseases, Immunodeficiencies, Transplantation, Allergy, Tumour Immunology, Adaptive immunity, Innate immunity

To date, over 10,763 articles in Immunology have been published with more than 200,273 citations from authors in 147 countries.

PLOS empowers Immunology researchers to discuss, evaluate and improve science.

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We put research and researchers first, collaborating to make science, and the process of publishing science, fair, equitable, and accessible for the whole community.

Infectious Disease Epidemiology

Find high-quality infectious disease research from across the PLOS journals. This Collection highlights research on the many interconnected facets of infectious disease epidemiology, including emerging zoonoses, viral genomics, infection dynamics, and disease surveillance and modeling.

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Antiviral Innate Immunity

Discover the latest research at the interface of innate immunity and virology from a range of the PLOS journals. In this new collection we're showcasing studies that explore how human, animal and plant innate immune systems counteract viral infections, how viruses evade these responses, and the immunopathology that may stem from the host innate response.

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PLOS ONE is launching a new influenza collection that will focus on every level of influenza prevention. Our panel of expert Guest Editors invite you to submit your research articles by March 19, 2021 to be considered for this collection.

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Our Open Access collection highlights a range of work across all PLOS journals, including:

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