Objective Type Questions and Answers in Veterinary Immunology

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Scientific Publishers (India), Jan 1, 2008 - Medical - 280 pages

Our book entitled "Objective type questions and answers in Veterinary Immunology" comprehensively covers all the chapters of immunology. This will serve as a question bank for students engaged in the preparation of various competitive exams like CSIR-NET, ICMR, UGC-NET and Semester exams in various universities. This book has been designed to help the students in coping up with the current system of evaluation, which includes multiple-choice questions, fill in the blanks, true/false and matches. More than 1500 objective type questions have been compiled under various chapters for quick and effective revision.

 

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Contents

1 Overview of immune system
1
2 Cells and organs of immune system
4
3 Antigens
11
4 Antigen processing and presentation
15
5 Structure and function of antibodies
26
6 Major histocompatability complex
42
7 Immunoglobulin gene rearrangement
51
8 Lymphocytes
60
14 Vaccines
113
15 Mucosal Immuntiy
118
16 Tolerance Immuno Regulation
124
17 Clinical immunology
128
18 Immunomodulation
132
19 Immunodeficiency disease
135
20 Hypersensitivity
139
21 Autoimmunity
145

9 T and B cell maturation activation andDifferentiation
78
10 Cell mediated effector responses
83
11 Complement system
96
12 Cytokines
102
13 Microbial immunity
109
22 Transplantation Immunology
149
23 Tumor immunology
160
24 Evolution of immune system
165
Appendix
168
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 T.R. Kannaki

Dr. T.R. Kannaki M.V. Sc., Scientist, ICAR. The author has pursued her B.V.Sc from Veterinary College and Research Institute, Namakkal, Tamil nadu. She was the university topper and honored with 31 gold medals in the year 2003.She has pursued her master's degree in Veterinary Immunology from Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareilly in 2005. Currently she is working as Scientist in ICAR.

P.C. Verma
Dr. P.C. Verma M.V.Sc, Ph.D, Principal Scientist, B.P. Division, I.V.R.I, Izatnagar. The co-author has been serving as Scientist in ICAR for 30 years. He is a specialist in the area of viral immunology. He has been teaching various courses of immunology for post graduate and doctoral students for past two decades in I.V.R.I. He has guided many students in immunology.

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