Leucocyte Typing VII

Hardcover | March 1, 2002

EditorDavid Mason, Dave Simmons, Chris Buckley

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The function of human white cells is dependent on a complex machinery involving a network of proteins. Their identification has posed a puzzle for scientists for many years and this book comprises the proceedings of the latest in a series of international meetings that have identified many ofthese entities and studied their function and clinical importance. Leucocyte Typing VII provides the definitive reference for all those working with antibodies recognising marker molecules on white blood cells. Sorting and tracing white blood cells is important in a range of clinical settings, butespecially in the diagnosis of leukaemias. There is a concerted action by regulatory bodies looking for a standard against which these 'biologicals' can be assessed. The book contains the assembled work of many laboratories worldwide which jointly evaluated many hundered different monoclonalantibodies. The results of the collaborative effort reported at the meeting are published in Leucocyte Typing VII. A unique feature of this book is the complete guide to all available CD- antigens. This book is the standard reference for immunologists, cell and molecular biologists,haematologists, and pathologists working on white cell differentiation. It provides immunologists and biochemists with an up to date summary of the current knowledge of molecular aspects of different categories of human white cells (and endothelial and red cells) and provides hematologists andoncologists with information relevant to their clinical practice and research.

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The function of human white cells is dependent on a complex machinery involving a network of proteins. Their identification has posed a puzzle for scientists for many years and this book comprises the proceedings of the latest in a series of international meetings that have identified many ofthese entities and studied their function an...

David Mason is at Nuffield Department of Clinical Biochemistry and Cellular Science, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. Dave Simmons is in the Department of Neuroscience, SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals plc, UK. Chris Buckley is at the University of Birmingham. Reinhard Schwartz-Albiez is at the German Cancer Research Centre, Heidelb...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:1010 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 1.94 inPublished:March 1, 2002Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0192632523

ISBN - 13:9780192632524

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Part 1: Adhesion StructuresStudies of existing CD moleculesNew CD antigensMiscellaneous studiesPart 2: Apoptosis and Cell FatePart 3: B CellsStudies of existing CD moleculesNew CD antigensMiscellaneous studiesPart 4: Carbohydrates and LectinsBlind panel studiesStudies of existing CD moleculesNew CD antigensMiscellaneous studiesPart 5: Clinical Aspects of Leucocyte MoleculesPart 6: Cytokine/Chemokine ReceptorsNew CD antigensMiscellaneous studiesPart 7: Dendritic CellsNew CD antigensMiscellaneous studiesPart 8: Endothelial CellsStudies of existing CD moleculesNew CD antigensMiscellaneous studiesPart 9: Myeloid CellsStudies of existing CD MoleculesNew CD antigensMiscellaneous studiesPart 10: New TechnologiesPart 11: Natural Killer CellsNew CD antigensMiscellaneous stuidesPart 12: Non-lineage AntigensBlind panel studiesStudies of existing CD moleculesNew CD antigensMiscellaneous studiesPart 13: PlateletsBlind panel studiesStudies of existing CD moleculesNew CD antigensPart 14: Red CellsNew CD antigensMiscellaneous StudiesPart 15: Stem/Progenitor CellsStudies of existing moleculesNew CD antigensMiscellaneous studiesPart 16: Structural/Functional Asepects of Leucocyte MoleculesPart 17: T CellsNew CD antigensMiscellaneous Studies