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by Fred S. Rosen,James L. Gamble,Lisa A. Steiner,Emil R. Unanue

Author: Fred S. Rosen,James L. Gamble,Lisa A. Steiner,Emil R. Unanue
Subcategory: Encyclopedias & Subject Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group (December 13, 1988)
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.2
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Immunology is one of the most rapidly expanding fields of biomedical research. More than other researchers, immunologists tend to use a private language that is frequently arcane and alien to other scientists and students. This reference work contains over 1000 definitions of terms used to describe the structure and function of antibody molecules, complement proteins, cell receptors, cell types, transplantation antigens and mediators of immunologic reactions. The terms of the clinical immunologist are also featured in order to help students and physicians who are not acquainted with the immunology literature.