Cell Kinetics of the Inflammatory Reaction by D.O. AdamsCell Kinetics of the Inflammatory Reaction by D.O. Adams

Cell Kinetics of the Inflammatory Reaction

byD.O. Adams, A. Akbar, H.b. Benestad

Paperback | February 12, 2012

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The European Study Group for Cell Proliferation held its XVth Meet­ ing at Sundvolden, Norway, in September 1987. The program included a symposium on the cell kinetics of the in­ flammatory reaction, with invited speakers. This volume of Current Topics in Pathology contains the manuscripts submitted by the speak­ ers. Inflammation is a very broad area, and the cell kinetics of the inflammatory reaction comprises a large number of topics. A full cover­ age would fill more than one book. This volume therefore contains only a few of the important aspects of the cell kinetics of the inflammatory reaction. It is hoped that it will serve as inspiration for further research in this important area. Inflammatory diseases are even more important than cancer, and there is a great need for a more detailed information about inflammation. OLAV HILMAR IVERSEN Contents Chapter I The Cell Kinetics of the Inflammatory Reaction. Introduction and Overview.
Title:Cell Kinetics of the Inflammatory ReactionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:262 pagesPublished:February 12, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

I The Cell Kinetics of the Inflammatory Reaction. Introduction and Overview.- II The Neutrophilic Granulocyte.- III Regulation of B-Cell Populations.- IV Kinetics of T Lymphocyte Development.- V The Life History of Dendritic Leukocytes (DL).- VI Origin and Turnover of Monocytes and Macrophages.- VII The Activated Macrophage and Granulomatous Inflammation.- VIII The Mast Cells.- IX Molecular Events in Liver Regeneration and Repair.