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ISSN Online :  2637-8876
Journal DOI :  10.31579/2637-8876/JIIDT/
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Current Issue :  Volume 2 - Issue 3 - 2018
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Immunology and Inflammation Diseases Therapy : Open Access

About the Journal

Journal of Immunology and Inflammation Diseases Therapy is an Open Access and peer-reviewed bimonthly journal publishes by the Auctores Publishing.
The Journal of Immunology and Inflammation Diseases Therapy is a multi-disciplinary journal that encourages correct studies and makes a giant contribution to advancing information for immunological application inside the treatment of diverse inflammation sicknesses. It objectives to publish maximum complete and reliable supply of records on the discoveries and current tendencies of the research, overview or review, case reports, and short communications. All articles are peer-reviewed and published beneath the steerage of our Editorial Board members.
Journal of Immunology and Inflammation Therapy reflects the latest advances being made worldwide in a broad scope of immunology. It covers all areas of subjects such as Cancer Immunology, Classical Immunology, Clinical Immunology, Computational Immunology, Diagnostic Immunology, Evolutionary Immunology, Human Immunology, Immune Pathology, Immunogenetics, Immunopharmacology, Immunotherapy, Molecular Immunology, Systems Immunology, Vaccinology, Autoimmune disease, Hypersensitivity, Immune disorder, Immunodeficiency and Immunotherapy.
Immunology is the branch of biomedical sciences concerned with all aspects of the immune system in all multicellular organisms. Immunology deals with the immune response or resistance to pathogens in any disease condition. Immunity classified into two major types which are, Cell-mediated and humoral aspects of immunity and immune responses.
Inflammation is caused by the harmful or irritating affects a part of our body, there is a biological response to try to remove it, the signs and symptoms of inflammation, specifically acute inflammation, show that the body is trying to heal itself.Inflammation does not mean infection, even when an infection causes inflammation. Infection is caused by a bacterium, virus or fungus, while inflammation is the body's response to it.
Inflammation, a response triggered by damage to living tissues. The inflammatory response is a defense mechanism that evolved in higher organisms to protect them from infection and injury. Its purpose is to localize and eliminate the injurious agent and to remove damaged tissue components so that the body can begin to heal. The response consists of changes in blood flow, an increase in permeability of blood vessels, and the migration of fluid, proteins, and white blood cells (leukocytes) from the circulation to the site of tissue damage. An inflammatory response that lasts only a few days is called acute inflammation, while a response of longer duration is referred to as chronic inflammation.Inflammation classified into two types.


Acute inflammation:

Starts unexpectedly (speedy onset) and quickly turns into severe. Signs and symptoms are the handiest gifts for some days, but in a few instances may additionally persist for a few weeks. Examples of illnesses, situations, and conditions that can result in acute infection include;
• Acute bronchitis
• Infected ingrown toenail
• A sore throat from a chilly or flu
• A scratch/cut on the pores and skin
• Exercise (especially extreme schooling)
• Acute appendicitis
• Acute dermatitis
• Acute tonsillitis
• Acute infective meningitis
• Acute sinusitis.
Chronic Inflammation: This indicates the long-term infection, that may closing for several months and even years. It could result from failure to cast off anything was inflicting an acute irritation An autoimmune reaction to a self-antigen - the immune device attacks healthful tissue, mistaking it (them) for harmful pathogens, A continual irritant of low depth that persists. Examples of illnesses and conditions with continual inflammation consist of following diseases.
• Asthma
• Persistent peptic ulcer
• Tuberculosis
• Rheumatoid arthritis
• Chronic periodontitis
• Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease
• Chronic sinusitis
• Chronic energetic hepatitis.
Inflammations, wounds and any damage to tissue might in no way heal without irritation - tissue might become an increasing number of broken and the frame, or any organism, might eventually perish. However, chronic infection can ultimately motive several illnesses and situations, which includes a few cancers, rheumatoid arthritis, atherosclerosis, periodontitis, and hay fever. Inflammation needs to be nicely regulated.


Treatments for inflammation:

Anti-inflammatory medications:
NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) are taken to relieve pain due to inflammation. They counteract the COX (cyclooxygenase) enzyme, which synthesizes prostaglandins which create the infection. If prostaglandin synthesis can be blocked, pain is either eliminated or decreased. Examples of NSAIDs include naproxen, ibuprofen, and aspirin. People should not use NSAIDs long-term without being under the supervision of a health practitioner, because there may be a risk of stomach ulcers or even excessive and life-threatening hemorrhage. NSAIDs may worsen allergies signs and symptoms and cause kidney damage. NSAID medicinal drugs, aside from aspirin, can also grow the risk of stroke and myocardial infarction.                                         

Journal Highlights;

• Immunology

• Immunity

• Adaptive Immunity

• Innate Immunity

• Natural acquired Immunity

• Artificial acquired Immunity

• Passive Immunity

• Active Immunity

• Antibody Regulation

• Antigen

• Infection

• Inflammation

• Acute Inflammation

• Chronic Inflammation

• Diagnostic Immunology

• Evolutionary Immunology

• Inflammatory Disorders

• Neuroinflammatory Disorders

• Ocular Immunology and inflammation

• Translational Immunology

• Transplantation Immunology

• Tumor Immunology

• Vaccine Immunology

• Viral Immunology

• Bacteriostatic antibiotics

• Cell signaling and activation

• Chemokines

• Class, I MHC molecules

• Class II MHC molecule

• Colitis Antibiotics

• Immune response

• Immunochemistry

• Immunogenicity of biopharmaceuticals

• Immunomodulatoryxenobiotics

• Immunopharmacology

• Immunoproteomic