Principles of Immunology

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Student Price : Rs.198

Student Dollar Price : 8$

Library Price : Rs.650

Library Dollar Price : 26$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 316

About The Book

The science of Immunology, initially considered a part of microbiology, did not become an independent discipline foe a long time. It was quite natural because the story did begin with the vaccines against infectious diseases. The discovery of the antibody molecule in the last decade of the nineteen century created tremendous interest not only for medical scientists but also for physicists, chemists, biologists etc., without whose efforts the subject would not have become as what it is today.

Immunology made steady progress until 1960, by which time landmark discoveries such as blood groups, major histocompatibility complex and elucidation of the structure of the antibody molecule were made, and several sensitive serological techniques were invented. However, an explosive growth has taken place since 1960s. Cellular and molecular basis of immune-responses has been significantly elucidated; and monoclonal antibody technology, which has revolutionized all biology, has been made available. To be sure, parallel advances in molecular biology have made this tremendous progress possible.

 

Book Content of Principles of Immunology
1. NATURAL IMMUNITY
2. ADAPTIVE IMMUNITY IMMUNOCHEMISTRY
3. IMMUNOGLOBULINS (ANTIBODIES)
4. CELL AND ORGANS INVOLVED IN IMMUNE MECHANISMS
5. GENETIC BASIS OF IMMUNE RESPONSE / THE MHC
6. CYTOKINES
7. IMMUNE RESPONSES : CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS
8. IMMUNITY TO INVADING ORGANISMS
9. MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES : THE HYBRIDOMA TECHNOLOGY
10. IMMUNE NETWORKS
11. COMPLEMENT
12. HYPERSENSITIVITY
13. IMMUNOLOGICAL TOLERANCE
14. AUTOIMMUNITY
15. TRANSPLANTATION IMMUNOLOGY
16. TUMOR IMMUNOLOGY
17. IMMUNODEFICIENCY
18. IMMUNOSTIMULATION AND VACCINATION
APPENDIX − I
APPENDIX − II
APPENDIX − III
APPENDIX − IV
APPENDIX − V

About The Author

Dr. N.V. Shastri -

Former Head, Department of Biochemistry,

Nagpur University, Nagpur.

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