Books in category Medical – Immunology

  • Imaging in Oncology

    Imaging in Oncology
    Michael A. Blake, Mannudeep K. Kalra

    Leading figures in the field describe both the techniques and applications against a spectrum of malignancies. This text serves as a resource for clinicians and radiologists involved in cancer care." Steven T. Rosen, M.D. Series Editor

  • Allergies

    Infinite Ideas, Dr Rob Hicks

    The number of people who suffer from allergies has risen steadily over the last fifty years.

  • Tissue Engineering

    Tissue Engineering
    John P. Fisher

    This special issue of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology presents much of the research described at the recent 2nd International Tissue Engineering Conference held in Crete in May 2005.

  • Phylogenesis of Immune Functions

    Phylogenesis of Immune Functions
    Gregory W. Warr, Nicholas Cohen

    This volume discusses recent advances in research regarding the evolution of specific and nonspecific defense responses in a taxonomically diverse array of species.

  • Video Microscopy

    Video Microscopy

    This book presents how to track the dynamic changes that take place in the structure of living cells and in reconstituted preparations using video and digital imaging microscopy.

  • Novel Cytokine Inhibitors

    Novel Cytokine Inhibitors
    G. A. Higgs, Brian Henderson (PhD.)

    Furthermore, they are involved in the cascade of events leading to cardiovascular shock and are major regulators of the function of immune cells. This book reviews recent advances in the development of new anti-inflammatory drugs.

  • New Concepts in Pathology and Treatment of Autoimmune Disorders

    New Concepts in Pathology and Treatment of Autoimmune Disorders
    C. Pozzilli, P. Pozzilli, J.-F. Kapp

    Autoimmune disorders are treatable, but not curable, and patients can face disability at later stages of the disease. Thus, there is a medical and economic need for new concepts and treatments in autoimmune disorders.

  • The Rheumatology Handbook

    The Rheumatology Handbook
    Margaret Callan

    The Rheumatology Handbook is a unique resource for medical students and non-specialist doctors.

  • Advances in Eicosanoid Research

    Advances in Eicosanoid Research
    C.N. Serhan, H.D. Perez

    The concept of ei cosanoids as "pro-inflammatory" molecules is being challenged, and their role as regulators is increasingly recognized. In fact, some of these molecules may be important endogenous anti-inflammatory agents.

  • Handbook of B and T Lymphocytes

    Handbook of B and T Lymphocytes

    To compile this up-to-date handbook, Dr. Charles Snow of the University of Kentucky Medical Center has assembled works by a premier group of active investigators who meet the needs of todays researchers.

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