|Journals : General
- AIDScience is an online journal for scientists dedicated to AIDS/HIV prevention and vaccine research that features peer-reviewed articles, perspectives, columns, daily news and databases of global vaccine and prevention projects. It is published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
provides a modern and multidisciplinary international forum for news, debate and original
research on all aspects of biologicals used in human and veterinary medicine, including
bacterial and viral vaccines. It is published for the International Association of
Biological Standardization by Academic Press, London.
- Cell is a
product of Cell Press Online, a collection of journals of interest to biological
- Expert Reviews
in Molecular Medicine is a free Web-only international review journal on
molecular medicine, including vaccination. It is a non-profit educational project of the
Cambridge Clinical School. Articles are written by invited experts, peer reviewed
pre-submission and professionally edited. They are available in html and PDF format.
- Frontiers in
Bioscience is an attempt to create an electronic forum for biological scientists
that runs ahead of, but does not eliminate, the valuable process of peer review.
- IAC EXPRESS is a periodic e-mail service about new and
important immunization and hepatitis B information. Offered free by the Immunization
Action Coalition & the Hepatitis B Coalition, publishers of NEEDLE TIPS, the Hepatitis
B Coalition News and VACCINATE ADULTS!, IAC Express is delivered directly to your e-mail
box. To subscribe, go to this URL: http://www.immunize.org/genr.d/ntn.htm
- PharmSci is
the journal of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists. Wholly owned by
AAPS, PharmSci is an exclusively online journal. The journal will publish peer-reviewed
scientific articles covering all aspects of the pharmaceutical sciences worldwide.
- Vaccine Online,
the electronic version of the Elsevier Science journal Vaccine, was launched in
October, 1995. It aims at an international audience interested in vaccines from basic
research to development through medical and/or veterinary application. The publication is
edited in Amsterdam, The Netherlands; the Elsevier
Science site is mirrored in the U.S. and Japan.
- Vaccine Weekly
keeps researchers and others up to date on meetings and conferences of workers in the
vaccine field. Published by NewsFile, it
is billed as "The World's Only Vaccine Newsweekly."