Immunology: An Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Principles of the Immune Responses
Introction to immune responses. Antibody-antigen reactions. Antibody structure: the immunoglobulins. Antibody formation. Complement. Antibody-medisted(immediate-type) hypersensitivity. Cell-mediated hypersensitivity and immunity. Alloantigens on cell surfaces: blood group substances and histocompatilibility antigens.
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REACTIONS WITH PARTICULATE ANTIGENS
FLUORESCENCE AND IMMUNE REACTIONS
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