Veterinary Microbiology, Parasitology and Immunology

A section of Veterinary Sciences (ISSN 2306-7381).

Section Information

Animals are exposed to various pathogens from birth to death. Therefore, understanding the pathogenicity of animal pathogens and exploring animal immunology are the basis and key to the prevention and control of animal diseases.

This section focuses on the diagnosis, pathogenicity, infection mechanism, epidemiology, and drug development of pathogenic microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, parasites, etc.) associated with animal diseases in the laboratory, as well as their production, clinical use, etc. We also aim to comprehensively explore the composition and function of the animal host immune system, the characteristics of antigenic substances, the reaction mechanism to antigens committed to enhancing the diagnosis and prevention of animal diseases, improving animal health, protecting public health, and improving animal husbandry production efficiency.

This section welcomes original research and review papers covering all aspects of microbiology, parasitology, and immunology in the context of the veterinary, biological, and medical sciences. However, only case reports with significant novelty will be considered.

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