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H. Karasuyama, A. Rolink, and F. Melchers, Surrogate Light Chain in B Cell Development.
L. Clark, T.M. Foy, and R.J. Noelle, CD40 and Its Ligand.
D.E. Mosier, Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection of Human Cells Transplanted to Severe Combined Immunodeficient Mice.
C. Martinez-A., A. Rebollo, and J. Gomez, Lessons from Immunologicale Biochemical, and Molecular Pathways of the Activation Mediated by IL-2 and IL-4.
D. Opstelten, B Lymphocyte Development and Transcription Regulation in Vivo.
R. Fernandez-Botran, P.M. Chilton, and Y. Ma, Soluble Cytokine Receptors: Their Roles in Immunoregulatione Disease and Therapy.
L.B. Ivashkiv, Cytokine Expression and Cell Activation in Inflammatory Arthritis.
R. Kooijman, E.L. Hooghe-Peters, and R. Hooghe, Prolactine Growth Hormonee and Insulin-like Growth Factor-I in the Immune System. Chapter References. Subject Index.
Praise for the Series: "The series which all immunologists need." --The Pharmaceutical Journal "Advances in Immunology must find itself among the most active volumes in the libraries of our universities and institutions." --Science "Deserves a permanent place in biomedical libraries as an aid in research and in teaching." --Journal of Immunological Methods
@introbul:Key Features: @bul:* The role of CD40 and its ligand, gp39, as central players in the regulation of B cell growth and differentiation
- Prolactin, growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-I as full-fledged immunological growth and differentiation factors
- Transcription factors of functionally mutant mice are highly relevant to understanding hemopoiesis and B cell genesis in vivo HIV infection of xenotransplanted mice compared with natural HIV and SIV infections
- The expression and role of cytokines in Rheumatoid Arthritis and in seronegative arthritis
- The functions of the surrogate light chain in B cell development
- Mechanisms that regulate cytokine activity and the generation and function of sCR as cytokine anatogonists and/or cytokine "carriers" in vivo
- Potential transducing molecules involved in signaling processes and which mark the difference between signaling through IL-2R and IL-4R
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- © Academic Press 1996
- 3rd September 1996
- Academic Press
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