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Proceedings of ICI Milan 2013

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This Research Topic covers all of the major lectures and symposia addresses delivered by invited speakers at the 2013 International Congress in Immunology (ICI) at Milan, Italy, August 22-27, 2013.

Below are the article types that can be submitted to ...

This Research Topic covers all of the major lectures and symposia addresses delivered by invited speakers at the 2013 International Congress in Immunology (ICI) at Milan, Italy, August 22-27, 2013.

Below are the article types that can be submitted to this Research Topic:
Original Research, Clinical Trial, Clinical Case Study, Review, Mini Review, Hypothesis & Theory, Methods, Perspective, Opinion, General Commentary

A full description of the article types is available here : http://www.frontiersin.org/Immunology/articletype

The Proceedings for ICI 2013 can be submitted to the below sections of Frontiers in Immunology

Molecular Innate Immunity
Antigen Presenting Cell Biology
Alloimmunity and Transplantation
Immunotherapies and Vaccines
Tumor Immunity
Inflammation
Primary Immunodeficiencies
Mucosal Immunity
Microbial Immunology
NK Cell Biology
Immunological Memory
Immunological Tolerance
B Cell Biology
T Cell Biology

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