Guidebook to Cytokines and Their Receptors

Paperback | January 1, 1995

EditorNicos A. Nicola

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The number of cytokines and related growth factors has increased dramatically in recent years to several dozen. Moreover, the names of the cytokines are generally uninformative of biological function, or are now recognised as misleading as new and unexpected activities are discovered in newbioassays. This new text provides an essential reference manual for all known cytokines, growth factors, interleukins and lymphokines as well as their receptors. Succinct and user friendly this new guide book will become an essential companion for any scientist working in this field.

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The number of cytokines and related growth factors has increased dramatically in recent years to several dozen. Moreover, the names of the cytokines are generally uninformative of biological function, or are now recognised as misleading as new and unexpected activities are discovered in newbioassays. This new text provides an essential...

Nicos A. Nicola is also Director, The Cooperative Research Centre for Cellular Growth Factors, Melbourne.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:276 pagesPublished:January 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University Press

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`The Guidebook is the most extensive compilation of information currently available on cytokines and the receptors that mediate their biological effect in vivo. Overall, we strongly recommend this volume as a reference text. It is relatively inexpensive and is very broad in its overview of arapidly developing field. It provides an easily accessible, readily digestible summary of essential information on a class of regulators that are of increasing appreciated importance in basic research and clinical medicine.'Kent T. HayGlass, Julia D. Rempel, Canadian Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Vol. 1, No. 3, 1996