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Nature Immunology(研究方向:免疫学) (官网投稿)

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Nature Immunology(月刊),创刊于2000年,出版国家为美国。Nature Immunology是一本多学科杂志,发表免疫学领域最高质量和重要性的论文。优先考虑的是对免疫系统工作基本了解的工作。覆盖的领域包括但不限于先天免疫和炎症; 发展; 免疫受体,信号转导和凋亡; 抗原呈递; 基因调控和重组; 细胞和系统免疫; 疫苗; 免疫耐受...[显示全部]
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Author Guidelines

 

Manuscript submission

Use the navigation bar on the left to view information about our common editorial policies, how to submit, content types, the manuscript decision process, and biographical information about the editors.

 

 Please see our our brief guide to manuscript submission in PDF format for an overview of key information on submitting primary research for publication in Nature Immunology.

 

Aims and scope of the journal

Nature Immunology is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes papers of the highest quality and significance in all areas of immunology. Priority is given to work that provides fundamental insight into the workings of the immune system. Areas covered include, but are not limited to, innate immunity and inflammation; development; immune receptors, signaling and apoptosis; antigen presentation; gene regulation and recombination; cellular and systemic immunity; vaccines; immune tolerance; autoimmunity and tumor immunology, microbial immunopathology; and transplantation.

 

Nature Immunology places its highest priority on fair and rapid review and speedy publication. Decisions on whether to send a manuscript out for peer review are normally made within two working days of receipt and decisions about publication are typically made within two days of receipt of the referees' reports.

 

In addition to publishing significant original research, Nature Immunology also publishes commentaries, News and Views, research highlights, historical perspectives, correspondence from readers and reviews of the literature, thus serving as the major conduit of top-quality information for the immunology community.

 

This guide outlines key points for preparing primary research manuscripts for submission to Nature Immunology.

The corresponding author should be familiar with the Nature journals’ editorial policies and is solely responsible for communicating with the journal and managing communication between coauthors. Before submission, the corresponding author ensures that all authors are included in the author list and agree with its order, and that they are aware the manuscript is to be submitted.

For more information on editorial and authorship policies please review our Guide to Authors.

Cover letter

Although optional, the cover letter is an excellent opportunity to briefly discuss the context and importance of the submitted work and why it is appropriate for the journal. Please avoid repeating information that is already present in the abstract and introduction.

The cover letter is not shared with the referees, and should be used to provide confidential information, such as conflicts of interest, and to declare any related work that is in press or submitted elsewhere.

Main manuscript

The Nature journals are flexible with regard to the format of initial submissions. Within reason, style and length will not influence consideration of a manuscript. If revisions are requested, the editor will provide detailed formatting instructions at that time. For information on length and formatting consult Nature Immunology's content types.

Title. Titles should be 100 characters including spaces or less and avoid technical terms, abbreviations, punctuation and active verbs.

Authors. Corresponding author(s) should be identified with an asterisk.

Abstract. Provide a general introduction to the topic and a brief nontechnical summary of your main results and their implication.

Methods. The Methods section appears in all online original research articles and should contain all elements necessary for interpretation and replication of the results. Methods should be written as concisely as possible and typically do not exceed 3,000 words. Methods-only references are separate from the main text reference count. We encourage you to deposit any step-by-step protocols used in your study in Protocol Exchange, an open resource maintained by NPG. These protocols are linked to the Methods section upon publication.

References. These may only contain citations and should list only one publication with each number. Include the title of the cited article or dataset.

Acknowledgements (optional). Keep acknowledgements brief and do not include thanks to anonymous referees or editors, or effusive comments. Grant or contribution numbers may be acknowledged.


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