An international team of editors and scientific advisors maintains the high standard of quality set by Immunobiology since it
first appeared in 1909. With contributions by prominent experts in the field, the journal is a focal point of scientific interest. Published
research findings are a vital link between scientists and clinicians active at the experimental levels of immunobiology, serology,
hematology, allergy, infectious diseases, transplantation, and nonspecific resistance. A new fast track line for high priority publications
will speed up communication between scientists all over the world. Immunobiology, the world's first immunological journal, carries
on the tradition set by such distinguished scientists as Carl Oluf Jensen, Sibasaburo Kitasato, Karl Landsteiner, Max Neisser and others.