Mosby, 1998 - Allergy - 423 pages
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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