A new Frontiers in Immunology Research Topic brings together the stories of those at the forefront of modern-day immunology
Kendall A Smith: Revisiting the first long-term culture of tumour-specific cytotoxic lymphocytes
Jacques F A P Miller: Revisiting Thymus Function
Nicholas A Mitchison: The discovery of T cell-B cell cooperation
Edward A Clark: A short history of the B cell-associated surface molecule CD40
Harald Von Boehmer: Deciphering thymic development
Toshio Hirano: Revisiting the 1986 molecular cloning of interleukin 6
Donald Mosier: The Story Behind “A Requirement for Two Cell Types for Antibody Formation In Vitro”.
R Chris Bleackley: Cloning CTL-Specific Genes (and now for something completely differential)
Joost J. Oppenheim: Evolution of the Serendipitous Discovery of Macrophage-Lymphocyte Interactions
Richard W Dutton: In Vitro studies of the antibody response: antibodies of different specificity are made in different populations of cells.
Tak W Mak: The T-cell receptor: cracking the code of immunity