Basic and Clinical Immunology

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Churchill Livingstone, 1997 - Medical - 338 pages
A core textbook for medical students that integrates basic science and clinical immunology. Designed to convey this complex subject easily, the book makes extensive use of key point and clinical boxes and is illustrated throughout with two-colour graphics.
  • Targeted at and written for the medical student
  • Combines basic science and clinical immunology
  • Authors give a cohesive account of this integrated approach
  • All chapters reviewed by experts
  • Very well illustrated
  • Concentrates on human material, not animal research
  • Many user-friendly learning features such as graphics
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    Contents

    Anatomy and cells of the immune system
    1
    cellular mechanisms
    21
    antigen receptors
    33
    Copyright

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