Cellular and Molecular Immunology
W.B. Saunders, 2000 - Cellular immunity - 553 pages
The new edition of this text continues the tradition of delivering an accessible, engaging, and current introduction to this essential subject. It describes the principles of basic and applied immunology in a concise, straightforward manner, while incorporating a wealth of current information. Over 330 new, full-color illustrations help readers grasp important information quickly and easily.
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INTRODUCTION TO IMMUNOLOGY
RECOGNITION OF ANTIGENS
MATURATION ACTIVATION AND REGULATION OF LYMPHOCYTES
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