Immunological Aspects of Infectious Diseases by G. DickImmunological Aspects of Infectious Diseases by G. Dick

Immunological Aspects of Infectious Diseases

byG. Dick

Paperback | February 12, 2012

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In the first place may I say how grateful I and others are to those who have contributed chapters for this book; all of them are well known for their research on the subject on which they have written and each has indicated the background to his own specialist field by providing an extensive bibliography giving this book a total reference list of over 2,500. Although there have been enormous advances in immunology over recent years, much of the new knowledge in relation to infectious diseases was scattered over the world's literature and is now brought together in a single volume. Furthermore, while a number of previously unknown infectious diseases have recently been discovered (e.g. Marburg and Lassa virus infections and Legionnaires' disease) to which many new techniques have been applied, there seemed to be no clear statement of the rationale for their use, or for their further exploitation in some of the more common infectious diseases which are discussed in this book.
Title:Immunological Aspects of Infectious DiseasesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:524 pagesPublished:February 12, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401161933

ISBN - 13:9789401161930

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Table of Contents

1 Non-specific resistance to infection.- 2 Immune responses to fungal infections.- 3 Normal immune responses to protozoal infections.- 4 Defects in host-defence mechanisms.- 5 Immunodeficiency.- 6 Immune status of the malnourished host.- 7 Allergy.- 8 Mechanisms of anergy in infectious diseases.- 9 Immune complexes and tissue injury.- 10 Infection in the compromised host.- 11 Autoimmunity in infectious disease.- 12 Immunology of chronic infections.- 13 Immunology of persistent and recurrent viral infections.- 14 Immunology of slow infections.