The Principles of Immunology
by H.T. Karsner, E.E. Ecker
Publisher: Lippincott 1921
Number of pages: 356
Designed primarily for students of medicine and for those practitioners whose duties have made it impossible to digest a large mass of publications on the subject, the scope of the book is restricted to fundamental principles.
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