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- Elsevier Science 2007; US$ 205.00
Many of the systemic autoimmune diseases seen in children are different from those seen in adults making them a special problem for physicians and scientists who care for the affected children and study their diseases. Benefiting both pediatric and adult rheumatologists, as well as physicians from other specialties, this volume covers the latest advances... more...
- Elsevier Science 1996; US$ 225.00
This volume is THE definitive, completely up-to-date, reference work for ALL researchers and clinicians working in autoimmunity. Up-to-Date: This is a timely critical review of more than 100 autoantibodies by leading experts in their respective fields, and includes many recent references. International Experts: The 120 Chapters have been written... more...
- Landes Bioscience 2007; US$ 129.00
The tumor necrosis factor/receptor [TNF/TNFR] superfamily consists of more than 20 transmembrane proteins with conserved N-terminal cysteine-rich domains [CRDs] in the extracellular ligand binding region. Members have wide tissue distribution and play important roles in biological processes such as lymphoid and neuronal development, innate and adaptive... more...
- Landes Bioscience 2007; US$ 139.00
This book covers a topic that has been neglected for years and has returned to the spotlight only recently. Until the genetic role of DNA was firmly established, many researchers suspected that proteins, rather than nucleic acids, could be carriers of heritable information. However, these models were completely forgotten with the triumphal march of... more...
- Elsevier Science 2004; US$ 205.00
Advances in Immunology presents current developments as well as comprehensive reviews in immunology. Articles address the wide range of topics that comprise immunology, including molecular and cellular activation mechanisms, phylogeny and molecular evolution, and clinical modalities. Edited and authored by the foremost scientists in the field, each... more...
- University of Minnesota Press 1958; US$ 90.00
The Bacteriology of Tuberculosis was first published in 1958. Although tuberculosis is one disease against which, it may be said with little argument, medical science has scored tremendous victories, the goal of complete conquest still lies ahead. To fix accurate sights for that goal, a thorough understanding of the present status of knowledge about... more...
Immunology, Phenotype First: How Mutations Have Established New Principles and Pathways in ImmunologySpringer Berlin Heidelberg 2008; US$ 211.25
This monograph deals with the impact of classical genetics in immunology. It provides examples of how large immunological questions were solved, and new fields opened to analysis through the study of phenotypes, either spontaneous or induced. more...
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2006; US$ 211.25
Microbes are in our midst soon after birth. Thankfully, the number of harmless (and often beneficial) microbes far out number those that would do us harm. Our ability to ward-off pathogens in our environment, including those that can colonize our exterior and/or interior surfaces, depends on the integrative action of the innate and adaptive immunity... more...
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2006; US$ 211.25
The ability to remember an antigenic encounter for several decades, even for a life time, is one of the fundamental properties of the immune system. This phenomenon known as "immunological memory," is the foundation upon which the concept if vaccination rests. Therefore, understanding the mechanisms by which immunological memory is regulated is of... more...
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2006; US$ 191.07
The intestine is the front line of the confrontation between pathogens and the immune system. However, it is also important to emphasize that we have a symbiotic relationship with innumerable bacteria in the intestine. In the gastrointestinal tract of mammals the lower intestine harbors around 1,000 12 species of anaerobic and aerobic bacteria, in... more...