Basic and Clinical Immunology
A core textbook for medical students that integrates basic science and clinical immunology. Designed to convey this complex subject easily, the book makes extensive use of key point and clinical boxes and is illustrated throughout with two-colour graphics.
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Anatomy and cells of the immune system
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