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Clinical and Translational Allergy

Featured article: iMAP—an international interpretation of the MAP (Milk Allergy in Primary Care) guideline

Adam T.Fox et al issue new guidance to help primary care physicians to correctly recognise, confirm and manage infants presenting with suspected mild-to-moderate non-IgE-mediated CMA minimising their symptoms.


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    Authors: Lucie Heinzerling, Adriano Mari, Karl-Christian Bergmann, Megon Bresciani, Guido Burbach, Ulf Darsow, Stephen Durham, Wytske Fokkens, Mark Gjomarkaj, Tari Haahtela, Ana Todo Bom, Stefan Wöhrl, Howard Maibach and Richard Lockey

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Society affiliation

Clinical and Translational Allergy is one of several journals in the portfolio of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

EAACI members are entitled to a 15% discount on the APC of their manuscript;  please contact the Editorial Office for more information. 

Aims and scope

Clinical and Translational Allergy, one of several journals in the portfolio of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, provides a platform for the dissemination of allergy research and reviews, as well as EAACI position papers, task force reports and guidelines, amongst an international scientific audience.

Clinical and Translational Allergy accepts clinical and translational research in the following areas and other related topics: asthma, rhinitis, rhinosinusitis, drug hypersensitivity, allergic conjunctivitis, allergic skin diseases, atopic eczema, urticaria, angioedema, venom hypersensitivity, anaphylaxis, food allergy, immunotherapy, immune modulators and biologics, animal models of allergic disease, immune mechanisms, or any other topic related to allergic disease.

Open access publishing enables free access to all content ensuring a wide dissemination of articles; the electronic format and expert peer review allows for very rapid publication. Clinical and Translational Allergy is an international journal reaching out far beyond the borders of Europe, and invites clinicians and researchers from all countries of the world to contribute.

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EAACI Junior Members must-read articles

The EAACI Junior Members (JM's) and Clinical and Translational Allergy (CTA) are pleased to be working in conjunction with each other to highlight must read articles that have been published in the journal recently. These open access articles aim to further the knowledge of medical residents and other young scientists.

Professor Wagenmann on an accelerated dose escalation with a grass pollen allergoid

A key component of CTA's collaboration with EAACI Junior Members is to publish webcasted interviews and podcasts where the leading authors from recently published CTA articles are interviewed. The purpose of this initiative is to promote the article, give JMs the opportunity to meet senior authors personally and to discuss with them about details of their work.

In the first inverview Prof. Dr. Philippe Eigenmann answers questions related to the recent CTA publication "Food allergy in mice is modulated through the thymic stromal lymphopoietin Pathway"

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The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) is a non-profit organization active in the field of allergic and immunologic diseases such as asthma, rhinitis, eczema, occupational allergy, food and drug allergy and anaphylaxis. EAACI was founded in 1956 in Florence and has become the largest medical association in Europe in the field of allergy and clinical immunology. It includes over 8,000 members from 121 countries, as well as 47 National Allergy Societies.

EAACI's mission is to promote basic and clinical research; to collect, assess and diffuse scientific information; to act as a scientific reference body for other scientific, health and political organisations; to encourage and provide training and continuous education, and to collaborate with patients and lay organisations.

The Academy aims to provide the most efficient platform for scientific communication and education in the field of allergy and immunology, ultimately striving to ease patients' lives.

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Dr Clive Grattan, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, UK

Dr Jean Bousquet, University of Montpellier, France 

  Clinical and Translational Allergy is a pioneering initiative to make high quality peer-reviewed research and reviews in allergy and related subjects available to clinicians, scientists and the public in an open-access format. Advances in allergy and immunology are being made in the clinic and in the laboratory at a rapid rate. CTA provides the platform for rapid dissemination of these findings to a wide audience to provide greatest impact and benefit to society.

EAACI focussed meetings

Clinical and Translational Allergy is proud to be the official destination for the publication of abstracts from the EAACI focussed meetings. You can access these supplements here.



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