Immunology

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This classic and concise text describes immunologic mechanisms and their purpose/importance, while illustrations display complex structures, processes and interactions. Exceptional full-color artwork, chapter objectives, summary headings, critical thinking questions and updated references citing current literature continue to keep the book out front inn a constantly advancing discipline. Neuroendocrine immunology and nutrition and immunity are among the new topics covered and there is significantly increased coverage of AIDS.

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Contents

Antigens
7
Antigen Recognition
9
vvow
13
Hypersensitivity Type III
28
The Lymphoid System
83
The Generation of Diversity
93
Professor Graham Rook and Dr Frances Balkwill
187
Professor Marc Feldmann
199
Immunity to Protozoa
243
104
249
106
257
Immunopathological Consequences
259
Vaccination
266
Types of ImmuneComplex Disease
329
Deposition of Complexes in Tissues
336
331
367

Professor Peter Lydyard and Professor Carlo Grossi
221
Immunity to Bacteria
229
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