Immunology for Life Scientists, Second Edition. Author(s): Lesley-Jane Eales. Published Online: 24 JUN Print ISBN: Online ISBN.
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Cell Research & Immunology
Organised mucosal lymphoid tissue. Leukocytes in the lamina propria. Production of other immunoglobulins in the mucosa.
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Antibody forming cell AFC blockade. Regulation of Type I hypersensitivity. Humoral events in allergy. Genetic factors in autoimmune disease. Sex-linked factors in autoimmune disease. Stress and neurochemicals in autoimmune disease. Chemicals and pharmaceuticals in autoimmune disease.
Viruses in autoimmune disease. Non-specific immunity in autoimmune disease. Mononuclear phagocytes in non-specific immunity. Mononuclear phagocytes in specific immunity.
Dendritic cells in autoimmune disease. Role of T cells in autoimmune disease. B cells in autoimmune disease.
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Chemokines in autoimmune disease. Selective immunoglobulin A deficiency. Congenital thymic aplasia Di George syndrome. Severe combined immunodeficiency disease SCID. The bare lymphocyte syndrome. Chronic granulomatous disease CGD. Deficiencies of complement components.
The human immunodeficiency virus HIV. Inhibition of microbial enzyme activity. Inhibition of microbial growth. Polyclonal B cell activation. Th 1 and Th 2 cells. Cytotoxic T cell activity. Mechanisms involved in hyperacute rejection. Mechanisms involved in acute rejection. Mechanisms involved in chronic rejection. The role of the graft endothelium in rejection.
Primary non-function and rejection. Decidual antigen presenting cells. Immunologically active cells in semen. Role of lipoproteins in atherosclerosis.