New Concepts in Immunodeficiency Diseases
Sudhir Gupta, Claude Griscelli
Wiley, Jun 8, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 518 pages
Rapid progress has been made in the understanding of the basic concepts of the immune response at biochemical and molecular levels. This text reviews the development of innovative techniques for diagnosing disorders at a very early stage and for detecting their carrier states and discusses novel therapeutic approaches such as gene therapy and the use of biological response modifiers.
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Development of the Human Antibody Repertoire
Their Potential Clinical Applications
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