Allergy: principles & practice, Volume 1

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Mosby, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 1249 pages
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This two-volume set presents the full knowledge base of modern allergy, with a logical series of chapters arranged according to basic science and clinical science. This updated fifth edition reflects the immense progress made in the understanding of molecular biologic and immunologic approaches to allergic disease. ... Offers comprehensive coverage of the basic science and clinical medicine of allergies. ... 150 contributors, plus 6 editors, comprised of world-class scientists and clinicians, make this a definitive resource on allergy-immunology NEW TO THIS EDITION: ... Includes 17 new chapters on the latest information from newly emerging areas such as latex allergy, histamine-releasing factors, the role of epithelial cells, and more. ... Includes a new cytokines table on the inside covers. ... Provides new color inserts in both volumes. ... Includes a new cytokines table on the inside covers.

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Contents

SECTION A IMMUNOLOGY
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Immunology of HIT Infection and Its Relationship to Allergic
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HistamineReleasing Factors and Immunoglobulin
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