How the Immune System Works

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Wiley, Dec 23, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 144 pages
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Not just another immunology book, Blackwell now offers the 2nd edition of How the Immune System Works. Written in the same offbeat, "lecture-style" you're familiar with, the second edition provides a perfect introduction to the essential principles of the immune system, covered in 9 humorous but highly informative "lectures." Perfect as exam-prep review or an enjoyable overview of a difficult subject.

This revised edition features:
· New updates on the Pathophysiology of immunology
· System-based approach that examines immunology as a system
· Unique and engaging style for quick and easy learning

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GREAT book!! A necessity to any class that deals with Immuno! A book that I have kept even after my immuno class because it is a good reference and does an excellent job of breaking everything down so it is easy to understand!!

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This book is great at explaining the immune system from start to finish, although its not detailed it gives a clear, easy to understand way to study a pretty overwhelming topic. Highly recommended, I got an HD in immunology thanks to this book!

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Lauren M. Sompayrac, PhD Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder

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