Advances in ImmunologyEdited by
- Frank Dixon, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California, U.S.A.
For 30 years, this esteemed serial has provided students and researchers with the latest information in Immunology. You can continue to rely on Advances in Immunology to provide you with critical reviews that examine subjects of vital importance to the field through summary and evaluation of current knowledge and research. The articles stress fundamental concepts, but also evaluate the experimental approaches. Each volume of Advances in Immunology contains a subject index as well as the contents of recent volumes. Each chapter includes references.Researchers and students in microbiology, genetics and immunocology will use this invaluable serial to stay updated on the latest advances for years to come.
Researchers in immunology, cell biology, and medicine.
Advances in Immunology
Hardbound, 342 Pages
Published: May 1993
Imprint: Academic Press
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- The Leukemia Inhibitory Factor and Its Receptor, D.P. Gearing.The Role of CD4 and CD8 in T Cell Activation and Differentiation, M.C. Miceli and J.R. Parnes.B Lymphopoiesis in the Mouse, A. Rolink and F. Melchers.Compartmentalization of the Peripheral Immune System, Immunological Memory, G. Kroemer, E. Cuende, and C. Martinez.Immunological Memory, C.R. Mackay.Recognition of Bacterial Endotoxins by Receptor-Dependent Mechanisms, R.J. Ulevitch.Cell Adhesion Molecules as Targets of Autoantibodies in Pemphigus and Pemphigoid, Bullous diseases Due to Defective Epidermal Cell Adhesion, J.R. Stanley.Chapter References.Index.Contents of Recent Volumes.