The Cytokine Factsbook and Webfacts by Katherine A. FitzgeraldThe Cytokine Factsbook and Webfacts by Katherine A. Fitzgerald

The Cytokine Factsbook and Webfacts

byKatherine A. Fitzgerald, Luke A.j. O'neill, Andy J.h. Gearing

Paperback | September 25, 2001

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Completely revised and expanded, this second edition ofThe Cytokine FactsBook is the most up-to-date reference manual available for all current well-characterized interleukins, cytokines, and their receptors. An additional 52 cytokines are included, doubling the number of entries from the previous edition. The key properties of each cytokine are described and presented in a very accessible format with diagrams for each of the receptors.
The Cytokine FactsBook includes free online access to the regularly updatedCytokine Webfacts .Cytokine Webfacts is a web-based comprehensive compendium of facts about cytokines and their receptors that includes a variety of data representations, such as text, signal pathway diagrams and 3D images. This exciting resource is integrated into other databases via hypertext links to provide a unique network, and contains a web-enabled version of RasMol for viewing structures.
Title:The Cytokine Factsbook and WebfactsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:515 pages, 9.25 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:September 25, 2001Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0121551423

ISBN - 13:9780121551421

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Table of Contents


Section I: The Introductory Chapters
Organization of the Data.
The Cytokine Network.
Cytokine Receptor Superfamilies.

Section II: The Cytokines and Their Receptors
Other Cytokines and Chemokines.

Appendix I: Cytokine Standards
Appendix II: WWW Sites for DNA and Protein Databases.
Appendix III: Internet Resources for Transgenic and Targeted Mutation Research.

From Our Editors

UThe Second Edition of The Cytokine Factsbook includes a wealth of new information discovered during the four years since the First Edition was published. Revised entries on cytokines are included as well as cytokine ribbon diagrams in each entry (where available), accession numbers, codes, and references for gene structure. Gene structure for receptors is provided, as is more detailed descriptions of chemokines and their receptors, and CKR tertiary structure and cytokine binding

Editorial Reviews

"This is a useful book...Investigators in the area will welcome this... this second edition is worthwhile." -Eugene A. Davidson for DOODY'S (2003)Review of Previous Edition:"It is organized in a logical, easy-to-use would be of interest to those working within the field, who may need a rapid answer to a specific well as to those...who may wish to know more about cytokines in general." - Immunology Today"The authors have collected essential information on most of the cloned cytokines from a wide variety of sources and collated it in a fashion that allows easy access to large amounts of data. It will provide a useful introduction to newcomers to the field, and act as an essential reference source for cytokine biologists." - Molecular Medicine Today