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Cellular and molecular inmunology / Abul K. Abbas

By: Abbas, Abul K.
Contributor(s): Lichtman, Andrew H | Pillai, Shiv.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Philadelfia : Elsevierl, 2012Edition: 7a ed.Description: 545p., il.: (fig. a color).ISBN: 9871437715286.Subject(s): INMUNOLOGIADDC classification: 616.0797 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
1. Properties and overview of immune response. 2. Cells and tissues of the immune system. 3. Leukocyte migration into tissues. 4. Innate immunity. 5. Antibodies and antigens. 6. Major histocompatibility complex Molecules and antigen presentation to T Lymphocytes. 7. Immune receptors and signal transduction. 8. Lymphocyte development and antigen receptor gene rearrangement . 9. Activation of T lymphocytes. 10. Effector mechanisms of cell-mediated immunity. 11. B cell activation and antibody production. 12. Effector mechanisms of humoral immunity. 13. Regional immunity: specialized immune responses in epithelial and immune-privileged tissues. 14. Immunological tolerance and autoimmunity. 15. Immunity to microbes. 16. Transplantation immunology. 17. Immunity to tumors. 18. Hypersensitivity disorders. 19. IgE-dependent immune responses and atopic disease. 20. Congenital and acquired immunodeficiencies
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1. Properties and overview of immune response. 2. Cells and tissues of the immune system. 3. Leukocyte migration into tissues. 4. Innate immunity. 5. Antibodies and antigens. 6. Major histocompatibility complex Molecules and antigen presentation to T Lymphocytes. 7. Immune receptors and signal transduction. 8. Lymphocyte development and antigen receptor gene rearrangement . 9. Activation of T lymphocytes. 10. Effector mechanisms of cell-mediated immunity. 11. B cell activation and antibody production. 12. Effector mechanisms of humoral immunity. 13. Regional immunity: specialized immune responses in epithelial and immune-privileged tissues. 14. Immunological tolerance and autoimmunity. 15. Immunity to microbes. 16. Transplantation immunology. 17. Immunity to tumors. 18. Hypersensitivity disorders. 19. IgE-dependent immune responses and atopic disease. 20. Congenital and acquired immunodeficiencies

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