Allergy: Principles and Practice, Volume 1
C.V. Mosby, 1993 - Allergy - 1793 pages
Presents information on the basic laboratory and clinical aspects of the immunology, physiology, pharmacology, and clinical science features of allergy. Includes chapters on molecular biology, signal transduction mechanisms, and the biology of cell types, such as lymphocytes, macrophages, and platelets.
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The immune system
In vivo methods for the study of allergy 595 Section C PHARMACOLOGY
An overview 13 Lipid mediators of hypersensitivity
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