e-books in Immunology category
- National Academies Press , 2017
Participants explored issues of antimicrobial resistance for strengthening systems to counter infectious diseases and related issues that threaten human, animal, and environmental health, with an end point of improving global health.
by Nima Rezaei (ed.) - InTech , 2017
This volume covers a spectrum of knowledge on the complex interplay between the environment, genes, and immunity that culminates in processes of immune-related disorders. The book goes further to decipher new codes from the immunity enigma.
- El Rosario University Press , 2013
This book is comprehensive overview of how the immune system turns against self targeting distinct tissues in different conditions according to a balance determined by genetic predisposition of the host, its gender, environmental circumstances, etc.
by Christopher G Mueller (ed.) - Frontiers Media SA , 2014
The development and function of the immune system is dependent on interactions between haematopoietic cells and non-hematopoietic stromal cells. The non-hematopoietic stromal cells create the microenvironment in which the immune system operates ...
by Kimberly Sue Schluns, Kim Klonowski (eds) - Frontiers Media SA , 2015
Early studies recognized the unique phenotype and attributes of T cells found in mucosal tissues, such as the intestines, skin, lung and female reproductive tract. This volume will cover mucosal-resident T cell biology during infection and disease.
by Zinet Currimbhoy, Manisha Madkaikar, Mukesh Desai , 2010
Primary immunodeficiency is in its infancy in India, and doctors at the Division of Immunology at the Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital for Children have written this book to increase the level of knowledge on this topic in India and other countries.
- National Academies Press , 2013
Participants examined the use of microbial genomics to explore the diversity, evolution, and adaptation of microorganisms in a wide variety of environments; the molecular mechanisms of disease emergence and epidemiology; and more...
by Krassimir Metodiev - InTech , 2012
The book has a team of authors contributing to the investigation of the questions of how the immune system deviates from its normal function, what clinical consequences are manifested and is there a way to treat the immunodeficiency cases.
by P.F. Harrison (ed.) - National Academies Press , 1998
Antibiotic resistance is neither a surprising nor a new phenomenon. It is an increasingly worrisome situation, however, because resistance is growing and accelerating while the world's tools for combating it decrease in power and number.
by H.T. Karsner, E.E. Ecker - Lippincott , 1921
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.
by Mohammad Manjur Shah - InTech , 2012
Parasitology is an established discipline that covers a wide area of subjects, ranging from the basics (study of life cycle, ecology, epidemiology) to the advanced and applied aspects (human and animal related, control aspect).
by Ann Arvin, at al. - Cambridge University Press , 2007
This comprehensive account of the human herpesviruses provides an encyclopedic overview of their basic virology and clinical manifestations. Another important area covered within this volume concerns antiviral therapy and the development of vaccines.
by Richard Hunt et al. - University of South Carolina , 2004
This internet textbook covers all aspects of microbiology and immunology and is based a course for second year Medical Students in the Medical Microbiology course. At present, there are approximately 70 chapters in the book.
by Steven A. Frank - Princeton University Press , 2002
Here is a source of ideas for everyone working in immunology, molecular biology and evolution. Starting with an introduction to basics of immunology, the book covers many areas of biology from an original, evolutionary perspective.