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Basic immunology / Jacqueline Sharon.

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Baltimore ; London : Williams & Wilkins, c1998.ISBN:
  • 0683077295
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 616.079 21
LOC classification:
  • RC347 .S55
Contents:
One-Letter and Three-Letter Codes for Amino Acids -- Pt. I. Components of the Immune System. Ch. 1. On Microbes and Host Defense. Ch. 2. The Major Histocompatibility Complex and Antigen Presentation to T Cells. Ch. 3. T-Cell Activation by Antigen. Ch. 4. B-Cell Activation by Antigen. Ch. 5. Generation of Antibody and T-Cell Receptor Diversity. Ch. 6. Maturation and Circulation of B and T Lymphocytes. Ch. 7. Innate and Antibody-Mediated Effector Functions. Ch. 8. Cytokines and Inflammation -- Pt. II. Function, Malfunction, and Manipulation of the Immune System. Ch. 9. Immunity to Infection. Ch. 10. Methods in Clinical and Experimental Immunology. Ch. 11. Hypersensitivity. Ch. 12. Transplantation. Ch. 13. Autoimmunity. Ch. 14. Cancer Immunology. Ch. 15. Immunodeficiency. App. I. Lymphocyte Receptors at a Glance -- App. II. Nobel Prizes in Immunology -- App. III. Addendum to Chapter 10.
Summary: Dr. Jacqueline Sharon provides a well-organized, up-to-date perspective on immunology. You'll find concise material beginning with the molecular and cellular principles that determine the function of the immune system. These principles are then integrated to form the "big picture" with tissues and organs, and their interconnections in the body.
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Includes index.

One-Letter and Three-Letter Codes for Amino Acids -- Pt. I. Components of the Immune System. Ch. 1. On Microbes and Host Defense. Ch. 2. The Major Histocompatibility Complex and Antigen Presentation to T Cells. Ch. 3. T-Cell Activation by Antigen. Ch. 4. B-Cell Activation by Antigen. Ch. 5. Generation of Antibody and T-Cell Receptor Diversity. Ch. 6. Maturation and Circulation of B and T Lymphocytes. Ch. 7. Innate and Antibody-Mediated Effector Functions. Ch. 8. Cytokines and Inflammation -- Pt. II. Function, Malfunction, and Manipulation of the Immune System. Ch. 9. Immunity to Infection. Ch. 10. Methods in Clinical and Experimental Immunology. Ch. 11. Hypersensitivity. Ch. 12. Transplantation. Ch. 13. Autoimmunity. Ch. 14. Cancer Immunology. Ch. 15. Immunodeficiency. App. I. Lymphocyte Receptors at a Glance -- App. II. Nobel Prizes in Immunology -- App. III. Addendum to Chapter 10.

Dr. Jacqueline Sharon provides a well-organized, up-to-date perspective on immunology. You'll find concise material beginning with the molecular and cellular principles that determine the function of the immune system. These principles are then integrated to form the "big picture" with tissues and organs, and their interconnections in the body.