Symposium in Immunology VII: Vaccination by Martha M. EiblSymposium in Immunology VII: Vaccination by Martha M. Eibl

Symposium in Immunology VII: Vaccination

byMartha M. EiblEditorChristoph Huber, Hans H. Peter

Paperback | March 2, 1998

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This is the seventh symposium in a series of symposia on immunology organized by IMMUNO covering this time vaccination. This volume deals with antigen-host interaction and hepatitis immunisation, novel vaccine concepts and technologies, and vaccines for the twenty-first century.
Title:Symposium in Immunology VII: VaccinationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:188 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inPublished:March 2, 1998Publisher:Springer Nature

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ISBN - 10:354063360X

ISBN - 13:9783540633600

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Table of Contents

Antigen - Host Interaction and Hepatitis Immunisation.- Origin of Peptides by MHC Class I Molecules: Generation by Proteasomes Precedes Evolution of the Immune System.- Current Issues in Immunisation Against Hepatitis A and B.- Strategies for Immunomodulation and Evasion by Microbes: Important Consideration in the Development of Live Vaccines.- Novel Vaccine Concepts and Technologies.- The Function of Modulators in Proteasome MHC Class I Antigen Processing Activity.- Synthetic Lipopeptides of Bacterial Origin as Novel and Efficient Adjuvants for Parenteral and Oral Immunization.- Donor Immunization Vaccination and Transfer of Donor Immunity to Bone Marrow Transplant Recipients in the Course of Allogeneic Cell Therapy for Prevention and Treatment of Relapse.- Strategies for Preventive and Therapeutic Vaccination Against Helicobacter pylori Infection.- Vaccine Technologies: Looking to the Future.- Vaccination Outlook.- New Challenges for Global Immunization.- Vaccines for the Twenty-First Century.- HER-2/neu in Breast Cancer: A Possible Means of Therapy?.- Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Vaccines: Current Concepts and Future Prospects.- Processing and Selection of Antigens by the Major Histocompatibility Complex Encoded Peptide Transporter TAP.- DNA Vaccines for Infectious Diseases, Allergies and Cancer.