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Lecture notes on immunology / Gordon Reeves, Ian Todd.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Oxford ; Cambridge, Mass. : Blackwell Science, 1996.Edition: 3rd edISBN:
  • 0632038128
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 616.079 20
LOC classification:
  • QR181
Contents:
1. The Nature of Immunity -- 2. Antigen Recognition -- 3. Lymphocyte Development and Differentiation -- 4. Lymphocyte Interactions and the Lymphoid System -- 5. Cytokines -- 6. Immunoglobulins -- 7. Complement -- 8. Phagocytes -- 9. Mast Cells, Basophils and Eosinophils -- 10. Killer Cells -- 11. Immunity and Infection -- 12. HIV Infection and AIDS -- 13. Immunodeficiency Disorders -- 14. Allergy and Autoimmunity -- 15. Mechanisms of Immunological Tissue Damage -- 16. Susceptibility to Immunological Disease -- 17. Lymphoproliferative Disease -- 18. Transplantation.
Summary: Lecture Notes on Immunology is a core text in immunology that will appeal to medical students, junior doctors, other postgraduates and allied health professionals who want a concise introduction to the subject. The aim of the book is to integrate basic science with clinical practice, the result being a text that will serve as a reference for the practitioner as well as the student. This new edition of Lecture Notes on Immunology contains a new chapter on immunity and infection, detailed revision of all the existing chapters including new sections on HIV infection and AIDS, and summary boxes at the end of each chapter. Now for the first time illustrated in colour, Lecture Notes on Immunology gives the essential information for a clear understanding of the cells, molecules and processes of the immune system and is a must for anyone who needs a crash course in the subject.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

1. The Nature of Immunity -- 2. Antigen Recognition -- 3. Lymphocyte Development and Differentiation -- 4. Lymphocyte Interactions and the Lymphoid System -- 5. Cytokines -- 6. Immunoglobulins -- 7. Complement -- 8. Phagocytes -- 9. Mast Cells, Basophils and Eosinophils -- 10. Killer Cells -- 11. Immunity and Infection -- 12. HIV Infection and AIDS -- 13. Immunodeficiency Disorders -- 14. Allergy and Autoimmunity -- 15. Mechanisms of Immunological Tissue Damage -- 16. Susceptibility to Immunological Disease -- 17. Lymphoproliferative Disease -- 18. Transplantation.

Lecture Notes on Immunology is a core text in immunology that will appeal to medical students, junior doctors, other postgraduates and allied health professionals who want a concise introduction to the subject. The aim of the book is to integrate basic science with clinical practice, the result being a text that will serve as a reference for the practitioner as well as the student. This new edition of Lecture Notes on Immunology contains a new chapter on immunity and infection, detailed revision of all the existing chapters including new sections on HIV infection and AIDS, and summary boxes at the end of each chapter. Now for the first time illustrated in colour, Lecture Notes on Immunology gives the essential information for a clear understanding of the cells, molecules and processes of the immune system and is a must for anyone who needs a crash course in the subject.