Eosinophils In Health And Disease by James J. LeeEosinophils In Health And Disease by James J. Lee

Eosinophils In Health And Disease

byJames J. LeeEditorHelene F. Rosenberg

Hardcover | November 2, 2012

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Written and edited by leaders in the field,Eosinophils in Health and Diseaseprovides immunology researchers and students with a comprehensive overview of current thought and cutting-edge eosinophil research, providing chapters on basic science, disease-specific issues, therapeutics, models for study and areas of emerging importance. Despite an explosion of discovery in this area over the last decade, this is the only up-to-date resource on eosinophils and eosinophilia exists. This full-color volume provides an essential collection of world class information that is a must-have for any immunologist's workbench or bookshelf.

  • The only updated, comprehensive source of information on eosinophils on the market
    • Written by over 80 leaders in the field
    • Holistic view of the subject, including basic science, disease-specific chapters, therapeutic options and emerging areas of research
    Title:Eosinophils In Health And DiseaseFormat:HardcoverDimensions:678 pages, 10.88 × 8.5 × 0.98 inPublished:November 2, 2012Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

    The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

    ISBN - 10:012394385X

    ISBN - 13:9780123943859

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    Table of Contents



    I Historical Overview and Perspective

    II Evolutionary Origins of Eosinophils

    III Eosinophil Structure

    IV Ex Vivo Models for the Study of Eosinophils

    V Eosinophilopoeisis

    VI Eosinophil Trafficking

    VII Eosinophil Signal Tranduction

    VIII Eosinophil Secretory Functions

    IX Eosinophils and anti-Pathogen Host Defense

    X Anti-fungal host defense

    XI Eosinophils as Regulators of Physiological Homeostasis

    XII Eosinophil cell-cell communication

    XIII Eosinophil-mediated Tissue Remodeling and Fibrosis

    XIV The Roles of Eosinophils in Human Diseases

    XV Eosinophils and Disease: Animal models of human pathology

    XVI Anti-eosinophil therapeutics

    XVII Emerging Concepts