Cellular and Molecular Immunology
The meticulously revised and updated New Edition of this highly acclaimed text continues to provide a concise and straightforward approach to the subject. It focuses on the experimental observations that underlie the science of immunology at the molecular, cellular, and whole organism level-and explores the conclusions that can be drawn from those observations.
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Cells and Tissues of the Immune
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adaptive immune responses adhesion alleles anti antibodies antigen receptors antigen recognition antigen-presenting cells APCs apoptosis autoimmune bacteria bind blood bone marrow called CD8+ cell activation cell responses cell surface cell-mediated immunity cellular Chapter chemokines class II MHC clones complex costimulators CTLs cytokines cytoplasmic dendritic cells differentiation disease domains effector cells effector functions encoding endothelial cells enzymes eosinophils expression factor gene graft heavy chain helper T cells host humoral immune hypersensitivity IFN-y immune system immunodeficiency Immunology induce infected cells inflammation inhibit innate immunity integrins intracellular isotype kinase L-selectin leukocytes ligand light chain lymph nodes lymphocytes macrophages mast cells maturation mechanisms mediated membrane MHC molecules microbes mouse mutations neutrophils NK cells normal pathway peptides phagocytes phagocytosis plasma produced proliferation protein antigens proteins reactions recognize recombination regions role sequences signals specific stimulate target cell thymocytes thymus tion tissues transcription tyrosine vaccines viral virus