Immunobiology: Current Knowledge of Basic Concepts in Immunology and Their Clinical Applications
The development of the immune systems: cellular mechanisms of immune response; The humoral antibodies; Mediators and effectors of immunity; Pathogenetic mechanisms involving immunologic factors; Clinical applications of immunology in prophylaxis and in therapy.
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