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Journal of Clinical Immunology

International Journal of Inborn Errors of Immunity and Related Diseases

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01.12.2021 | COVID-19 | Letter to Editor Zur Zeit gratis

Dexamethasone Treatment for COVID-19-Related Lung Injury in an Adult with WHIM Syndrome

27.11.2021 | Original Article Open Access

A Novel Point-of-Care Rapid Diagnostic Test for Screening Individuals for Antibody Deficiencies

Inborn errors of immunity also known as primary immunodeficiency diseases (PIDs) are a heterogeneous group of more than 400 genetic disorders caused by mutations in genes involved in the development and/or the function of the immune system. PID …

25.11.2021 | Original Article Open Access

T Cell Repertoire Abnormality in Immunodeficiency Patients with DNA Repair and Methylation Defects

Both DNA damage response and methylation play a crucial role in antigen receptor recombination by creating a diverse repertoire in developing lymphocytes, but how their defects relate to T cell repertoire and phenotypic heterogeneity of …

23.11.2021 | Letter to Editor

Pathogenic P554S Variant in TLR3 in a Patient with Severe Influenza Pneumonia

20.11.2021 | Original Article

Immunological Evaluation of Patients Affected with Jacobsen Syndrome Reveals Profound Not Age-Related Lymphocyte Alterations

Jacobsen syndrome (JS) is a rare syndromic condition caused by partial deletions of the 11q chromosome. It was first described by Jacobsen in 1973 [ 1 ] and appears more frequently among males (male:female ratio = 2:1) [ 2 ]. The estimated …

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The Journal of Clinical Immunology is an international journal that helps researchers and academic clinicians keep current on investigative basic immunology and diseases related to the immune system. This well-established journal publishes articles on basic, translational, and clinical studies in all aspects of immunology, including animal models of human diseases.

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