Advances in Immunology, Volume 65

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Academic Press, Aug 12, 1997 - Medical - 408 pages
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KEY TOPICS:

Ig A Deficiency

The Role of Cellular Immunity in Protection against HIV Infection

Mouse Mammary Tumour Virus: Immunological Interplays between Virus and Host

The Transporter Associated with Antigen Processing

NF-kB in cytokine gene expression

NF-kB as a target for immunosuppressive and anti-inflammatory molecules


Key Features
* A Deficiency
* The Role of Cellular Immunity in Protection against HIV Infection
* Mouse Mammary Tumor Virus: Immunological Interplays between Virus and Host
* The Transporter Associated with Antigen Processing
* NF-kB in cytokine gene expression
* NF-kB as a target for immunosuppressive and anti-inflammatory molecules
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 NFIL6 and NFKB in Cytokine Gene Regulation
1
Chapter 2 Transporter Associated with Antigen Processing
47
Chapter 3 Contents NFKB as a Frequent Target for Immunosuppressive and AntiInflammatory Molecules
111
Immunological Interplays between Virus and Host
139
Chapter 5 IgA Deficiency
245
Chapter 6 Role of Cellular Immunity in Protection against HIV Infection
277
Lymphocyte Traffic Control and Controlled Traffic
347
Index
397
Contents of Recent Volumes
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