Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis (AITE), founded in 1953 by Ludwik Hirszfeld, is the peer-reviewed international journal, published only in electronic format since January 1, 2020. AITE publishes reviews and the papers containing original results which have not been published elsewhere (both as regular papers or chapters from books, except in the form of an abstract or preliminary note - which should be indicated as a footnote in the acknowledgement) and which make a sufficient contribution to immunology or experimental therapy. Therefore, the Editorial Office requests a signed Statement, supplied by the first author or a head of laboratory, indicating the originality of the presented results. Submission of a manuscript implies that the authors agree to transfer the copyright to the Hirszfeld Institute of Immunology & Exp. Therapy Wrocław, Poland) automatically if and when the manuscript is accepted for publication. The articles are published in a sequence as they are accepted; there is one volume in a publishing year.
Archivum publishes full papers, short communications, reviews and invited editorial reviews dealing with clinical and experimental immunology, experimental therapy, immunogenetics, transplantation, microbiology, immunochemistry and ethics in science; the case reports are not published. Short communications cannot exceed 10 typed pages, may not contain section headings and both the text as well as the number of Figures and Tables should be kept to a minimum. Reference citations should be the same as in full papers. Reviews should contain a title page, an abstract, the basic text, acknowledgements (if any) and references. Only manuscripts written in grammatically correct English will be accepted.
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