From the beginning, immunologists have maintained a unique
nomenclature that has often mystified and even baffled their
colleagues in other fields, causing them to liken immunology to a
"black box." With more than 1,200 illustrations that depict every
concept of importance, the Illustrated Dictionary of Immunology,
Second Edition provides immunologists and nonimmunologists alikea
single-volume resource for the many terms encountered in
contemporary immunological literature. Encyclopedic in scope, the
content ranges from photographs of historical figures to molecular
structures of recently characterized cytokines, the major
histocompatibility complex molecules, immunoglobulins, and
molecules of related interest to immunologists. These descriptive
illustrations provide a concise and thorough understanding of the
subject. In the years since publication of the first edition, there
has been an exponential increase in immunological information and
this updated text represents these advances.
|Country of origin:
Julius M. Cruse
• Robert E. Lewis
||Electronic book text
||2nd Revised edition
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