Basic Concepts in Immunology: A Student's Survival Guide
This student friendly guide takes a unique approach to understanding the fundamental concepts of immunology. Direct and concise text and illustrations emphasize the learning framework so that information can be assimilated and sorted easily. The book begins by defining general aspects of immune response and builds through increased levels of hypersensitivity to immunodeficiency. A glossary of common terms and information about standard essays are included.
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DEFINITION OF GENERAL ASPECTS
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adhesion molecules allergic responses amino acid anergy anti antibody antigen binding antigen presentation antigen-presenting cells antigen-specific antigenic peptide apoptosis bacteria blood bone marrow CD4+ T cells CD8+ cell activation cell receptor cell surface cell-dependent cell-mediated cells develop cells express cellular centrocytes class II molecules clonal co-stimulatory complement complex cortex cytokines cytotoxic dendritic cells domain donor endothelial cells enzyme eosinophils epitope factor function graft granules hapten host immune cells immune response immune system immunogenic immunoglobulin induce infection inflammation inflammatory interaction intracellular isotypes leukocytes light chain lymph nodes lymphocytes lymphoid tissue macrophages mast cells mature mechanism mediated membrane MHC class MHC class II MHC molecules mice molecules neutrophils NK cells organ pathogens pathway peptide peripheral phagocytic phagocytic cells phagocytosis produced proteins reaction recipient recognize region release secondary lymphoid secondary lymphoid tissue spleen subset Superantigens target cells Th cells thymic thymocytes thymus transplant viral