Advances in Immunology

Other | December 1, 2003

byAlt, Frederick W., Frederick W. Alt

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Volume 81 ofAdvances in Immunologycontains articles on a vast range of immunology topics including the regulation of the immune response by the interaction of chemokines and proteases as well as roles of the Semaphorin Family in immune regulation. It has a chapter devoted to B Lymphoid Neoplasms of Mice and another on the Zebrafish as a model organism to study development of the immune system. This volume will be of interest to immunologists in all industries.

* Edited by a new editor, Frederick W. Alt
* Covers molecular mechanisms of host-pathogen interaction
* Discusses prions and the immune system

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Volume 81 ofAdvances in Immunologycontains articles on a vast range of immunology topics including the regulation of the immune response by the interaction of chemokines and proteases as well as roles of the Semaphorin Family in immune regulation. It has a chapter devoted to B Lymphoid Neoplasms of Mice and another on the Zebrafish as ...

Format:OtherDimensions:388 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:December 1, 2003Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:008054830X

ISBN - 13:9780080548302

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Table of Contents

Preface
Frederick W. Alt
Regulation of the immune response by the 'interaction of chemokines and proteases
Molecular mechanisms of host-pathogen interaction: Entry and survival of mycobacteria in macrophages
B Lymphoid Neoplasms of Mice: Charac'teristics of Naturally Occurring and Engineered Diseases and Relationships to Human disorders
Prions and the immune system: a journey through gut spleen, and nerves
Roles of the Semaphorin Family in immune regulation
HLA-G molecules: from maternal-fetal tolerance to tissue acceptance
The Zebrafish as a model organism to study development of the immune system
Control of autoimmunity by naturally arising regulatory CD4+ T cells