- au: Kenneth Murphy, Paul Travers, Mark Walport ; with contributions by Michael Ehrenstein ... [et al.].
- Publish: New York : Garland Science c2008.
- 出版年: 2008
- ver: 7th ed
- sb: physiopathology , Immune System physiology , Immunotherapy , Immune System , Immune System physiopathology , physiology , Immunity
- ISBN: 0815341237 , 9780815341239
- ps: Rev. ed. of: Immunobiology / Charles A. Janeway Jr. ... [et al.] Includes bibliographical references and index Basic concepts in immunology -- Innate immunity -- Antigen recognition by B-cell and T-cell receptors -- The generation of lymphocyte antigen receptors -- Antigen presentation to T lymphocytes -- Signaling through immune system receptors -- The development and survival of lymphocytes -- T cell-mediated immunity -- The humoral immune response -- Dynamics of adaptive immunity -- The mucosal immune system -- Failures of host defense mechanism -- Allergy and hypersensitivity -- Autoimmunity and transplantation -- Manipulation of the immune response -- Evolution of the immune system
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Janeway's Immunobiology, Seventh Edition is an introductory text for use in immunology courses for undergraduates, graduate students and medical students. It guides the reader through the immune system in all its aspects - from the first engagement of innate immunity to the generation of the adaptive immune response and its clinical consequences. The Seventh Edition has been comprehensively updated throughout, and includes new information on topics such as NK cells, Toll-like receptors, AID, viral evasins, mucosal immunity, and celiac disease, to name a few. Each copy of the book includes a revised CD-ROM, Immunobiology Interactive, which contains animations and videos with voiceover narration, as well as the figures from the text for presentation purposes. Janeway's Immunobiology continues to set the standard for currency and authority with its clear writing style and organization, full-color art program, scientific accuracy and consistent viewpoint - that of the host's interaction with an environment containing many species of potentially harmful microorganisms.