Talk:Timeline of immunology

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ISBN 978-0-1237-0586-0 is a history of immunology. JFW | T@lk 00:27, 9 June 2010 (UTC)

MM Halpert in 2016[edit]

Hi, I'm not English Wiki editor and don't want to mess with it, so I hope that someone more experienced will edit it. For 2016 there is a statement "Matthew M. Halpert first characterizes role of dendritic cell CTLA-4 in Th-1 immunity". Does it any sense to put this into time-line? Reasons: 1) this discovery is nothing special in the field of immunology, especially in comparisons with milestones mentioned in all other points; 2) the discovery was published in may 2016 by one group and don't confirmed by any other; 3) the discovery was published in low impact journal - I know that impact factor is not alpha and omega, but really... each month in Nature Immunology, Immunity or The Cell there are published more important works with better evidence, which also should not be here, until it will be not shown that these results are really important. I'm immunologist and in my opinion this 2016 entry could be basically exchanged by random paper from Journal of Immunology, Immunity or something else related to immune system. Hope that it is clear. Thanks. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:00, 9 September 2016 (UTC)