Annual Review of Immunology

Papers
(The median citation count of Annual Review of Immunology is 28. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Regulatory T Cells and Human Disease503
Caspases in Cell Death, Inflammation, and Pyroptosis427
Dendritic Cells Revisited310
Interaction Between the Microbiota, Epithelia, and Immune Cells in the Intestine269
In Vivo CD4+T Cell Differentiation and Function: Revisiting the Th1/Th2 Paradigm235
Germinal Centers226
Siglecs as Immune Cell Checkpoints in Disease224
Krebs Cycle Reborn in Macrophage Immunometabolism221
Microglia and Central Nervous System–Associated Macrophages—From Origin to Disease Modulation213
Meningeal Immunity and Its Function in Maintenance of the Central Nervous System in Health and Disease191
Age-Associated B Cells186
Cytokine Regulation and Function in T Cells176
Vitiligo: Mechanisms of Pathogenesis and Treatment174
Mast Cells in Inflammation and Disease: Recent Progress and Ongoing Concerns165
T Cell Epitope Predictions138
MAIT Cells in Health and Disease136
Insights Gained from Single-Cell Analysis of Immune Cells in the Tumor Microenvironment135
Trained Immunity: Reprogramming Innate Immunity in Health and Disease133
Regulatory T Cell Development133
Tissue Homeostasis and Inflammation129
Dendritic Cell Regulation of T Helper Cells128
Microbiota Metabolites in Health and Disease126
Control of Immunity by the Microbiota119
Resistance Mechanisms to Anti-PD Cancer Immunotherapy100
Hypoxia and Innate Immunity: Keeping Up with the HIFsters92
Neonatal T Cells: A Reinterpretation81
Origins, Biology, and Diseases of Tissue Macrophages80
Natural Killer Cells: From Innate to Adaptive Features79
Innate Immune Response to Cytoplasmic DNA: Mechanisms and Diseases77
Current Concepts and Advances in Graft-Versus-Host Disease Immunology76
B Cell Function in the Tumor Microenvironment75
Vaccines and Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies for HIV-1 Prevention72
Eosinophil Knockout Humans: Uncovering the Role of Eosinophils Through Eosinophil-Directed Biological Therapies68
The Innate Immune Response toMycobacterium tuberculosisInfection61
Knocking ’em Dead: Pore-Forming Proteins in Immune Defense59
Structural Mechanisms of NLRP3 Inflammasome Assembly and Activation58
Finding a Way Out: S1P Signaling and Immune Cell Migration57
Immunology in the Era of Single-Cell Technologies56
The Innate Biologies of Adaptive Antigen Receptors53
Epigenetic Remodeling in Innate Immunity and Inflammation52
Inflammatory Caspases: Toward a Unified Model for Caspase Activation by Inflammasomes52
The Antisocial Network: Cross Talk Between Cell Death Programs in Host Defense52
IL-17 in the Pathogenesis of Disease: Good Intentions Gone Awry51
Innate Sensors Trigger Regulated Cell Death to Combat Intracellular Infection48
Tissue-Resident Immune Cells in Humans47
IL-6 Revisited: From Rheumatoid Arthritis to CAR T Cell Therapy and COVID-1942
Control of RNA Stability in Immunity41
Sex Differences in Immunity41
Primary Atopic Disorders38
Emerging Functions of IL-33 in Homeostasis and Immunity38
T Cell Responses to SARS-CoV-238
Production and Function of Immunoglobulin A38
T Cell Responses to the Microbiota37
The Shaping of a B Cell Pool Maximally Responsive to Infections35
Transcriptional and Metabolic Control of Memory B Cells and Plasma Cells34
Group 2 Innate Lymphoid Cells: Team Players in Regulating Asthma31
Mitochondrial Metabolism Regulation of T Cell–Mediated Immunity31
Immunity to Invasive Fungal Diseases31
Cruel to Be Kind: Epithelial, Microbial, and Immune Cell Interactions in Gastrointestinal Cancers29
The Emerging Role of B Lymphocytes in Cardiovascular Disease28
Functional Hallmarks of Healthy Macrophage Responses: Their Regulatory Basis and Disease Relevance28
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