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The Global Journal of Infectious Diseases and Immune Therapies is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to publishing the most recent advances in Infectious Diseases and Immunotherapies. Researchers and practitioners participate in GJIDIT to discuss the latest developments in the theory and practice of infection epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment, antibiotics, and resistance.

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The journal emphasizes the managerial and organizational facets of studies prevail to infectious diseases and immune therapies focusing on the origin of the infectious organism, pathogenesis-related to the causative organism, diagnosis of the disease by various diagnostic products, preventing the spreading of these vulnerable diseases by vaccination, Immunology, etiopathogenesis, antibiotic resistance, pharmacoeconomics, prognosis, patient care, counseling, and education of the new innovations and advanced therapies.

GJIDIT\'s goal is to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on the latest discoveries and developments. We encourage the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence. GJIDIT journal seeks to publish a balanced mix of high-quality theoretical or Empirical research articles, Reviews, Case reports, Editorial, short communication, Letter to the editor, Commentary, book reviews, etc.,

ISSN: 2694-3824

Area: Infectious Diseases and Immune Therapies

Frequency: 4 Issues Per Year

Language: English

Review Process: Double-blinded peer review process

Publication Timeline: 15 Days peer review process

Plagiarism Policy

The articles submitted by authors must contain a minimum of 80% unique content (Which should be unique and must not copy from any other websites). The authors must maintain 100% uniqueness in the Results and conclusion part of the text. We will resend the articles, which have below 80% uniqueness to the authors for revision and ask for resubmissions with uniqueness (as per guidelines).

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We provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, and social media optimization which improve citations and help readers to connect with potential collaborators and correspondents with a platform to publish their research work and update the recent advances.

Aim and Scope

Global Journal of Infectious Diseases and Immune Therapies (GJIDIT) features a vast spectrum of topics that address the clinical and medical aspects of the disease by including studies on Infectious Diseases, Immune deficiencies, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD), Gynecology, Clinical virology, Epidemiology, Molecular biology, and Immunology. Apart from focusing on the research that finds ways and means to fight the disease, the journal pays attention to the social stigma attached to the disease by focusing on studies related to HIV Medicine, HIV Drug therapies, Behavioral Sciences, Social sciences & Humanities, AIDS Education & Prevention, family Medicine, Translational Science, etc…

The journal covers a wide range of topics in this discipline and creates a platform for the authors to contribute to the advancement of Infectious Diseases Knowledge.

Authors are welcome to submit their manuscript online at Submit Manuscript Or as an email attachment to editor8infectious@gmail.com 

The desire of the journal is to advance the knowledge and clinical practice in all the interdisciplinary areas of Infectious Diseases and Immunotherapies. This journal strives to serve a diverse readership by publishing articles on a range of topics but not limited to 

A B C
Adult (Non-Flu) Vaccines Bacterial infections Campylobacter
Agriculture Biosecurity Biosecurity Issues Chikungunya
Antimicrobial resistance  Babesiosis  Childhood Vaccines
Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM)  Botulism  Cancer immunotherapy
Anaplasmosis  Brucellosis  Cholera
Anthrax Bioterrorism Campylobacteriosis 
Autoimmune diseases  Botulism Carbapenem-resistant Infection 
Antimicrobial Stewardship Bse Chancroid 
Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) Business Preparedness Chikungunya Virus Infection 
D E Chlamydia 
Diagnostic Immunology E Coli Ciguatera Clostridium Difficile Infection 
Dengue Ebola Chronic infection
Dengue, 1,2,3,4 (Dengue Fever)  Encephalopathy  Clostridium Perfringens 
Diphtheria Diagnostics E. coli infection, Shiga toxin-producing (STEC) Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE)  Coccidioidomycosis fungal infection 
Drug Supply Chains Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever (Ebola)  Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease, transmissible spongiform Clinical Immunology
Dual-Use Research Ehrlichiosis  Climate Change
F Encephalitis, Arboviral or parainfectious  Clostridium Difficile
Food Biosecurity Enterovirus Infection, Non-Polio (Non-Polio Enterovirus)   Cryptosporidiosis 
Foodborne Disease Enterovirus Infection, D68 (EV-D68)  Cyclosporiasis 
Foot-And-Mouth Disease Enterovirus, Non-Polio COVID-19
Fungal Infection Epidemiology Computational Immunology
G H L
Giardiasis (Giardia)  H1n1 2009 Pandemic Influenza Legionella
Glanders  Hepatitis Listeria
Gonococcal Infection (Gonorrhea)  H3n2v Influenza M
Granuloma inguinale  Haemophilus Influenza disease, Type B (Hib or H-flu)  Malaria
Glanders & Melioidosis Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome  Mycotic infections
I Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS)  Meningitis
Influenza (Flu)  Hepatitis A (Hep A)  Malaria 
Immunopathogenesis Hepatitis B (Hep B)  Measles 
Influenza Vaccines Hepatitis C (Hep C)  Melioidosis 
Immunology Hepatitis D (Hep D)  Meningitis, Viral (Meningitis, viral)  
Influenza, General Hepatitis E (Hep E)  Meningococcal Disease, Bacterial (Meningitis, bacterial) 
Influenza virus Herpes  Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) 
Intestinal diseases  Herpes Zoster, zoster VZV (Shingles)  Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) 
Infectious diseases Histoplasmosis infection (Histoplasmosis)  Mumps Marburg
Q-Fever  Human Immunodeficiency Virus/AIDS (HIV/AIDS)  Mcr-1
N Human Papillomavirus (HPV)  Measles
Ndm-1 H7n9 Avian Influenza Melioidosis
Neonatal sepsis Helicobacter pylori Meningitis
Norovirus HIV infections Mers-Cov
Novel Coronavirus Healthcare-Associated Infections Misc Emerging Topics
R Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (Hus) Mrsa
Rinderpest Human Papillomavirus (Hpv) Mumps
Rotavirus T V
Rubella Transmissive or blood infections Vaginosis, bacterial (Yeast Infection) 
P Tick-Borne Disease Vaping-Associated Lung Injury (e-Cigarette Associated Lung Injury) 
Public Health Tetanus Infection, tetani (Lock Jaw)  Varicella (Chickenpox) 
Pandemic and epidemic diseases Trichomoniasis (Trichomonas infection)  Vibrio cholerae (Cholera) 
Pandemic Influenza Trichonosis Infection (Trichinosis)  Vibriosis (Vibrio) 
Pediatric Infectious DiseasesPertussis Tularemia (Rabbit fever)  Viral Hemorrhagic Fever (Ebola, Lassa, Marburg) 
Parasitic infection Typhoid Fever, Group D  Viral infections
Plague Typhus Testicular Immunology Viral Immunology
Pneumonia Tuberculosis W
Polio Tularemia West Nile Virus 
Pathogen cell biology Y
S   Yersenia (Yersinia) 
Salmonella   Yellow Fever
Sars   Z
Scombroid  Zika Virus Infection (Zika) 
Septic Shock (Sepsis)   
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Shigellosis gastroenteritis (Shigella) 
Smallpox     
Staphyloccal Infection  
Methicillin-resistant   
Staphylococcal Food Poisoning, Enterotoxin - B Poisoning (Staph Food Poisoning) 
Staphylococcal Infection,
Vancomycin Intermediate 
Staphylococcal Infection, Vancomycin Resistant 
Streptococcal Disease, Group A (invasive) (Strep A (invasive)) 
Streptococcal Disease, Group B (Strep-B) Streptococcal Toxic-Shock Syndrome, STSS, Toxic Shock (STSS, TSS)
Syphilis, primary, secondary, early latent, late latent, congenital 
Smallpox    
Swine Influenza  

 

Infectious diseases

Infectious diseases are illnesses caused by bacteria, viruses, fungus, or other parasitic organisms. These illnesses have the potential to spread across the community, either directly or indirectly. Zoonotic diseases are infectious diseases of animals that are transmitted to humans. These infectious diseases include Tuberculosis (TB), Malaria, HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis.

Transmissive or blood infections

Blood transfusion-related diseases include HIV infection, Hepatitis, Chagas disease, Leishmaniasis, plague, malaria, typhus, and relapsing fever, which are all caused by the transmission of causative agents such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites through blood.

Bacterial infections

Bacterial infections proliferate rapidly in the host\'s body by generating chemical toxins that cause tissue damage. Many are caused by Streptococcus, E. coli, and Staphylococcus bacteria. Some of the bacterial infections are cholera, plague, dysentery, staphylococcal and streptococcal infections, salmonella, and meningitis which will be treated by antibiotics.

Viral infections

Infections are caused by viruses with a genetic coating that is coated by a protein covering. These parasites usually infect healthy hosts and replicate to generate duplicate copies of them. These viruses will damage blood and liver tissue. HIV/AIDS, Ebola, Marburg virus illness, and smallpox are examples of viral infections.

Pathogen cell biology

Pathogens are organism that invades our body and creates an environment suitable for their survival. They will reproduce in the moist, warm and nutrient-rich human host. These pathogens may be bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoans.

Mycotic infections

Pathogens are organisms that infiltrate our bodies and create a favorable environment for them to thrive. They will reproduce in the human host\'s moist, warm, and nutrient-rich environment. Bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoans were among the pathogens that can cause disease.

Intestinal diseases

When an infective bacterium reaches the small or large intestine, it causes inflammation. Cholera, salmonella, dysentery, foodborne infections, paratyphoid A and B, and typhoid fever are only a few of the intestinal ailments.

Immunopathogenesis

Innate immunity and adaptive immunity are both involved in the pathogenesis of the immune system. Innate immunity is a non-specific first-line defense mechanism against pathogens. When the body is exposed to the same infection again, it is unable to recognize it. Because adaptive immunity is antigen-dependent and specific, it takes longer to respond after being exposed to an organism.

Chronic infection

Chronic infections occur when the immune system fails to resist the infective agent, resulting in tissue inflammation. These are acute infections that might linger for months or even years. These long-term infections cause nutritional shortages as well as increased stress on the adrenal glands and immune system. Hepatitis C, HIV/AIDS, Mycoplasma, Epstein Barr Virus/Cytomegalovirus, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Fibromyalgia, and Gulf War Syndrome are examples of common chronic infections.

Pandemic and epidemic diseases

The outbreak of disease differs between epidemic and pandemic diseases. An epidemic disease spreads quickly to a large number of individuals, whereas a pandemic disease is a worldwide outbreak. Humans will not be immune to it, and everyone will be in danger.

Immunology

Immunology is the study of the body\'s immune system and is a vital part of medical and biological research. The immune system is critical in protecting us from infections and other types of defenses. Autoimmune illness, allergic responses, and cancer are all caused by immune system failure.

The immune system is made up of many cells at the molecular level that is spread throughout the body\'s tissues and certain specialized lymphoid organs, and it aids in preventing microbial infections, reducing tumor growth, and initiating tissue repair. The immune system\'s usual mechanism includes recognizing foreign molecules and self-damaged cells while ignoring healthy host cells and tissues.

Antimicrobial resistance

Antimicrobial resistance occurs when bacteria, viruses, and fungi develop resistance to antimicrobial medications such as antibiotics, antivirals, and antifungals, rendering the medicine useless. The virus stays in the body and spreads to other people, increasing the danger.

Autoimmune disease

Autoimmune disease is a disease caused by faulty immune system responses or disorders caused by a disrupted immunological response. Our immune system produces antibodies to fight disease-causing foreign cells, but in the case of autoimmune disorders, it misidentifies our body\'s healthy cells as foreign bodies and assaults them, causing organ malfunction and possibly organ loss. There are around 80 different forms of autoimmune disorders, all of which have identical symptoms, making diagnosis challenging.

Cancer Immunotherapy

Cancer immunotherapy is a treatment that uses the body\'s own immune system components to fight cancer. This method shows the fact that cancer-causing cells carry chemicals on their surfaces that our immune system can identify. These molecules are known as tumor-associated antigens. Monoclonal antibodies, immune checkpoint inhibitors, and cancer vaccines are examples of cancer immunotherapy.

Pathogenic Bacteria

Pathogenic bacteria cause disease when they enter the body and can spread through water, air, soil, or physical contact. Most bacteria are harmless and beneficial, but some are pathogenic.

Viral Disease

An infection caused by a virus or microorganism is called a viral disease. Viral diseases are caused by viruses infecting cells or forming a viral capsule on the surface of the cell that multiplies by itself and spreads by itself.

Mycobacterial Diseases

There are several types of infections caused by germs, but the mycobacterial disease is one of them. Tuberculosis, leprosy, Mycobacterium ulcer, and Mycobacterium Paratuberculosis are all mycobacterial diseases. They are usually treated with rifampin, ethambutol, and isoniazid. Mycobacterium leprae is treated with dapsone.

Fungal Infection

Infections caused by fungi typically start in the lungs or skin and progress slowly. A fungus rarely causes serious problems unless it weakens the immune system. It can spread very quickly if the immune system is compromised; leading to death if the infection becomes very aggressive.

Medical Microbiology

A medical microbiology course begins with the study of the immune system, through which microorganisms and toxic substances are forced to attack and conquer cells. The study of microorganisms or microbes that affect every aspect of our lives, as well as the host\'s response to them.

Hepatitis Virus

Hepatitis occurs when the liver becomes swollen and inflamed due to a viral infection. Fibrosis, cirrhosis, or liver cancer can develop from the condition or it can be self-limiting. There are five types of hepatitis virus infection, Hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E, and it can also be caused by drinking alcohol.

Microbial Genomics

A microbial genomics study examines the genetic material that contains microorganisms. The analysis of the whole microbial genome gives insight into the diversity of microbes beyond the analysis of single proteins or gene phylogenies.

Staphylococcus aureus

The bacteria Staphylococcus aureus causes disease in humans. Mostly abscesses or cellulitis are infections caused by staphylococcus aureus. It occurs when the skin gets cut or scraped which allows the bacteria to enter inside followed by the infection. It will be occurring mostly in the legs and arms.

Human Immunodeficiency Virus

The human immunodeficiency virus is a virus that attacks the immune system by infecting the white blood cells. White blood cells are an important part of the immune system which will get destroyed by a certain virus called HIV which leads to a lack of white blood cells and reduces the immune power.

Cholera

Cholera is an infectious disease that causes diarrhea. Vibrio cholera is the bacterium that causes cholera which can be found in contaminated water or food and leads to dehydration by losing the body fluid during the period of diarrhea.

Ebola Virus Disease

Ebola virus is a virus that causes an acute and serious illness that is often fatal if untreated. It is otherwise called Ebola hemorrhagic fever which is a deadly virus that causes inside and outside bleeding in the body.

Rotavirus Infection

Rotavirus infection is the most common cause of severe diarrhea which causes dehydration. It can spread through the contamination of hands, water, food, or any objects. The virus is taken in by mouth through food materials and spread by mucous membranes, finally leading to diarrhea due to infection.

 

 

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  •   Infectious diseases
  •   Pathogen cell biology
  •   Transmissive or blood infections
  •   Bacterial infections
  •   Viral infections
  •   Mycotic infections
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  •   Immunopathogenesis
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  •   Pandemic and epidemic diseases
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  •   Antimicrobial resistance
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