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    Authors: Martin Bialke, Thomas Bahls, Lars Geidel, Henriette Rau, Arne Blumentritt, Sandra Pasewald, Robert Wolff, Jonas Steinmann, Tobias Bronsch, Björn Bergh, Galina Tremper, Martin Lablans, Frank Ückert, Stefan Lang, Tarik Idris and Wolfgang Hoffmann

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Editor-in-Chief

Francesco Marincola, Refuge Biotechnologies, USA

Featured series: Hot topics

The Journal of Translational Medicine launched the Hot Topics series, which publishes a limited number of high interest review articles per year, focussing on cutting edge topics from across the breadth of the journal’s scope. Articles will cover emerging concepts and points of view or foresights, rather than focusing on comprehensive discussions of well-established areas. We encourage the participation of investigators from different groups with complementary expertise in the proposed theme.

Articles should be submitted by invitation of Editor-in-Chief, Francesco Marincola, only, and will be published in the series free of charge. If you would like to propose a review article for the Hot Topics series, please contact Dr Marincola at info@biomedcentral.com with a suggested outline.

Latest Hot Topic Published

REVIEW
The influence of diet on anti-cancer immune responsiveness
Laura Soldati, Laura Di Renzo, Emilio Jirillo, Paolo A. Ascierto, Francesco M. Marincola and Antonino De Lorenzo
Published on: 20 March 2018

Aims and scope

Journal of Translational Medicine is an open access journal publishing articles focusing on information derived from human experimentation so as to optimise the communication between basic and clinical science.

The journal covers all areas of translational medicine but also has several special sections:

Featured Section

Translational hematology- Section edited by Seah H. Lim

Featured Section TM_ImageThis section will provide an international platform for presentation of high quality clinical and laboratory translational research, bridging the gap between basic research and pure clinical studies. The scope includes clinical and clinico-pathological investigations and fundamental research of translational potential in hematologic diseases. These include studies in red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, coagulation, transfusion medicine, and cellular therapy.

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