The Immune Response: Basic and Clinical Principles | Hardcover
by Tak W. Mak (Author), Mary E. Saunders (Author), Wendy Lynn Tamminen (Editor), Maya Rani Chaddah (Editor)
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November 28, 2005
Product Description The Immune Response is a unique reference work covering the basic and clinical principles of immunology in a modern and comprehensive fashion. Written in an engaging conversational style, the book conveys the broad scope and fascinating appeal of immunology. The book is beautifully illustrated with superb figures as well as many full color plates. This extraordinary work will be an invaluable resource for lecturers and graduate students in immunology, as well as a vital reference for research scientists and clinicians studying related areas in the life and medical sciences.Current and thorough 30 chapter reference reviewed by luminaries in the fieldUnique ‘single voice' ensures consistency of definitions and conceptsComprehensive and elegant illustrations bring key concepts to lifeProvides historical context to allow fuller understanding of key issuesIntroductory chapters 1-4 serve as an ‘Immunology Primer' before topics are discussed in more detail
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