Immunobiology: The Immune System in Health and Disease

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Current Biology, 1996 - Immune system - 450 pages
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-- Impact of antagonist peptides on understanding T-cell signaling and thymic selection
-- Role of DM in antigen presentation by class II MHC
-- Role of JAK and STAT in signal transduction by cytokine receptors
-- Dynamics of HIV infections
-- Conditional mutant mice in the study of immunity
-- Sections on Ig genes refocused to reflect the complete sequencing of human V genes
-- Sections on regulation of immune responses revised to reflect new understanding of the role of TH1 and TH2 cells
-- Lectin pathway in innate immunity
-- Completely revised section on AIDS
-- Completely revised section on tumor immunity
-- Late phase events in allergic reactions
-- Latest advances in B and T cell signaling pathways and antigen processing pathways

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As a student pursuing a bachelor's in molecular/ cellular/ developmental bio, this book was intense in a very good way. Although it is written at a grad student level, it is pretty easy to grasp at the undergrad level as long as one has the patience for it :) Read full review

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Immunobiology 5th Edition Charles Janeway, Paul Travers, Mark Walport, Mark Shlomchik I actually finished reading this immense treatise of immunology, keeping steadily at it for more than two months ... Read full review

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and allow the initiation of adaptive immune responses
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adaptive immunity
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Recognition and effector mechanisms of adaptive immunity
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Charles A. Janeway jr. z??hlt zu den renommiertesten Immunologen der Welt. Er ist Professor f??r Immunbiologie und forschendes Mitglied des Howard Hughes Medical Institute an der Yale University. Paul Traversist stellvertretender Direktor des Anthony Nolan Research Institute in London. Janeway und Travers haben dieses Buch im Jahre 1994 als Autoren ins Leben gerufen. Mark Walport ist Professor f??r Medizin und Leiter der Abteilung f??r Medizin am Imperial College in London. Mark Shlomchik ist Professor f??r Labormedizin und Immunbiologie an der Yale University und Co-Direktor der Blutbank am Yale-New Haven Hospital.

Charles A. Janeway jr. z??hlt zu den renommiertesten Immunologen der Welt. Er ist Professor f??r Immunbiologie und forschendes Mitglied des Howard Hughes Medical Institute an der Yale University. Paul Traversist stellvertretender Direktor des Anthony Nolan Research Institute in London. Janeway und Travers haben dieses Buch im Jahre 1994 als Autoren ins Leben gerufen. Mark Walport ist Professor f??r Medizin und Leiter der Abteilung f??r Medizin am Imperial College in London. Mark Shlomchik ist Professor f??r Labormedizin und Immunbiologie an der Yale University und Co-Direktor der Blutbank am Yale-New Haven Hospital.

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