International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents

One of ISC’s principle activities is production of the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents in collaboration with the publisher Elsevier.

The journal provides comprehensive and up-to-date peer reviewed reference information on the physical, pharmacological, in vitro and clinical properties of individual antimicrobial agents. In addition, it signals new trends and developments in the field through highly authoritative review articles on antimicrobial agents, immunomodulators and immunotherapy. Special attention is given to articles providing insight into the problems of antimicrobial resistance, local as well as world-wide, both in the hospital and in the community. Papers on the underlying mechanisms and on immunomodulating agents are also welcome. Both solicited reviews by top experts in the mentioned fields and high-quality original research papers are published.

The journal is thriving due, in no small part, to the diligence of our Editor-in-Chief: Professor Alasdair Geddes, Birmingham, UK who is one of the ISC Directors.

Note * ISC member societies can take advantage of reduced subscription rates. For further information go to the International Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy click here

To submit a paper to IJAA
Reviews and original research articles are welcome. Special attention is given to those providing insight into the problems of antimicrobial resistance, local as well as worldwide, both in the hospital and in the community. Papers on the underlying mechanisms and on immunomodulating agents are also accepted.
Papers are submitted on-line: http://ees.elsevier.com/ijaa

Special offer to ISC Members
EUR 84 - ISC member rate open to all ISC members
EUR 60 - Special ISC member rate for ISC members from low income countries. To access special offers go to: www.elsevier.com/locate/ijantimicag or download the following pdf.

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