The Immune System (4th Edition)
Download The Immune System (4th Edition) written by Peter Parham in PDF format. This book is under the category Medicine and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 081534466X / 0815345267/9780815344667 / 978-0815345268. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.
W. W. Norton – Company; 4th edition (October 1; 2014)
081534466X / 0815345267
9780815344667 / 978-0815345268
A presentation of immunological ideas that is condensed, up-to-date, and understandable.
This book, Peter Parham’s The Immune System 4th edition (PDF), places an emphasis on the human immune system and delivers topics with an appropriate amount of detail to discuss in greater depth how our immune system functions. It is written for college students in the fields of medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and pharmacy, and it makes extensive use of medical cases to illustrate its principles. This etextbook has been tried and tested in the classroom, and it features writing that is very clear, graphics and pictures that are in full color, and section and chapter summaries that make the content accessible and easy to grasp for all students.
“…Appealing and relevant for those college students who approach the study of the immune system through a clinical lens; includes students of medicine; students of midwifery; students of nursing or pharmacology; it would also be appropriate in an introductory immunology course.” – Clinical Immunology
“The report is brief yet comprehensive, making it an ideal read for the audience for whom it was intended….
Every chapter and section is meticulously documented in a section that is devoted entirely to the contents, and each chapter is followed by a condensed summary, which results in an ebook that is easy to read and comprehend….
This new edition of The Immune System provides a comprehensive and logical account of our current understanding of immunity. — The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
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Table of contents
Table of contents :
1. Elements of the Immune System and their Roles in Defense
2. Innate Immunity: The Immediate Response to Infection
3. Innate Immunity: The Induced Response to Infection
4. Antibody Structure and the Generation of B-Cell Diversity
5. Antigen Recognition by T Lymphocytes
6. The Development of B Lymphocytes
7. The Development of T Lymphocytes
8. T Cell-Mediated Immunity
9. Immunity Mediated by B Cells and Antibodies
10. Preventing Infection at Mucosal Surfaces
11. Immunological Memory and Vaccination
12. Coevolution of Innate and Adaptive Immunity
13. Failures of the Body’s Defenses
14. IgE-Mediated Immunity and Allergy
15. Transplantation of Tissues and Organs
16. Disruption of Healthy Tissue by the Immune Response
17. Cancer and Its Interactions with the Immune System
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