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Problem-Based Immunology

Jacqueline Stanley, Reginald M. Gorczynski

editore: Saunders

pagine: 268

It's one thing to understand the basic science of immunology. It's another thing to know how that science applies to the realities of patient care. This new resource uses skilfully presented clinical case studies to efficiently demonstrate the practical relevance of immunology knowledge in diagnosing a wide range of challenging conditions. It offers as an ideal way to review the fundamental principles of immunology...and see them translated into real-world diagnosis and management!
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Concise Medical Immunology

Carl Waltenbaugh, Roger Melvold
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editore: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

pagine: 256

Concise Medical Immunology is intended for medical and allied health students taking a short foundation course in immunology. The text provides a concise, clear, clinically oriented, user-friendly introduction to fundamental immunologic principles and their applications in medical practice. Clinical Application boxes and patient vignettes help students connect basic immunology with real-life clinical practice. Each chapter ends with a bulleted summary and review questions. Appendices include a lexicon of immunologic abbreviations and acronyms and a comprehensive glossary of immunologic terms with detailed definitions. 100 specially designed two-color illustrations illuminate key concepts. These images will be available free to adopters on connection.LWW.com/go/Doan.
34,00 28,90

The Immunoassay Handbook

David Wild

editore: Elsevier Science Ltd

pagine: 930

Immunoassays are biochemical tests that rely on antibodies (a special type of protein) to bind to specific molecular structures (antigens). They have become the most commercially successful technology in diagnostics, from home pregnancy testing kits to AIDS testing. Highly illustrated and clearly written, "The Immunoassay Handbook" provides an excellent guide to this fast-growing industry. Revised and updated, this third edition offers a balanced review of practical information and clinical applications in the field of immunoassay technology. Comprehensive and expertly written, "The Immunoassay Handbook" will be invaluable for a wide range of users from researchers developing immunoassay systems to developmental and marketing staff who need an excellent overview of how immunoassay principles, systems and applications work. With 68 chapters covering a wide range of topics, and new chapters looking at: surface plasmon resonance in kinetic, concentration and binding site analyses, and the foundations of immunochemistry, this handbook is a must read for all laboratory researchers and academics who use immunoassay as a tool including: pathologists, clinical and veterinary chemists, biochemists, students and researchers in immunology, biochemistry and medicine. This third edition contains updated and new information on advanced technology, including micro- and nanoscale immunoassays. It provides a unique mix of practical information coupled with a review of clinical applications, and practical examples. It includes contributions from world experts including Robert Ritchie and Professor Colin Self.
215,00 182,75

Immunology, Infection, and Immunity

Gerald B. Pier, Jeffrey B. Lyczak
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editore: American Society for Microbiology

pagine: 750

This is a text with CD study guide. With a focus on the relatedness of immunology and microbiology, "Immunology, Infection, and Immunity" covers both the foundation concepts of immunology, among the most exciting in modern biology and medicine, and their application to the real world of diseases and health. This new text combines clear narratives of how the immune system functions relying in many instances on supporting data from experiments. The editors use examples and illustrations depicting basic immunologic processes in conjunction with their role in infectious or other diseases in order to teach both basic and applied aspects of immunology. A chapter on antibody-antigen interactions and measurements of immunologic reactions familiarizes students with the tools of experimental immunology. In addition to an emphasis on infectious diseases, the book focuses strongly on those areas where the immune system does not act when it should - primary and acquired immunodeficiency, and the failure to control cancer - as well as areas where the over-activity or dysregulation of the immune system is a cause of pathology - hypersensitivity reactions, including allergy and asthma, autoimmunity and the unwanted immune responses to transplanted tissues and organs. To bring the full flavor and excitement of immunology to new students, the editors have assembled an outstanding group of contributors with expertise in the multiple areas of immunology who provide the most up-to-date information in this quickly moving field. All of the chapters have standardized thematic and structural aspects to provide critical information in a comprehensive style. "Immunology, Infection, and Immunity" is ideally suited for upper division and graduate level students as well as medical and dental students with a good background in basic biology, biochemistry, genetics, and cell biology. The text complements traditional views and dogmas about immunology with today's cutting edge ideas and experimental data describing how the immune system works, some of which are challenging and changing some long-held beliefs about the function of the immune system. It examines the basic molecular and cellular components of the immune system relative to the pathogenesis and prevention of infectious diseases. It concentrates on the way in which the immune system is critical to the pathogenesis and prevention of infectious diseases. It focuses on primary and acquired immunodeficiency and immune system dysregulation as causes of pathology. It includes contributions from multiple areas of immunology present current information in a rapidly moving field. All chapters have standardized thematic and structural aspects to provide critical information in a comprehensible style. It features examples and illustrations that depict basic immunologic processes in conjunction with their role in infectious or other diseases. About the Electronic Study Guide - "The DLG CD-ROM" is an interactive, automated program that organizes each chapter from "Immunology, Infection and Immunity" into questions, answers, and extensive explanations. The software helps students first through reviewing the book and then helps them quiz themselves and assess their progress. Students can print out or even stop a study session and resume exactly where they left off at their convenience. With the "DLG", students will be able to quickly learn new information, retain it longer, and improve their test scores. Students can work at their own pace, measure their performance, and make the most efficient use of their study time. It is prepared by Mary J. Ruebush. Recommended system requirements: Windows 98/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP; Pentium Class Processor, 166 MHz or greater 64 MB of RAM 300 MB free disk space; and internet connection for registration/activation only.
110,00 93,50

Immunologia

Ivan M. Roitt, Peter J. Delves

editore: Delfino Antonio Editore

pagine: 496

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Immunology for Surgeons

Andrew P. Zbar, Kirby I. Bland
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editore: Springer London Ltd

pagine: 484

An understanding of the complex workings of the immune system is essential for all surgeons. Immune responses play a crucial part in the way human body reacts to infection and trauma. Immunology for Surgeons contains a high-level discussion of this difficult clinical area. The text looks at tumor immunobiology and immunotherapy as well as the worldwide results of various clinical trials. The topics discussed focus on relevant immunological and molecular biological trends for future treatment of complex surgical disease. The main objective of the text is to render a difficult area accessible for the postgraduate surgical trainee and established surgeon who is interested in immunology.
91,47 77,75

Manual of Clinical Laboratory Immunology

N. Rose

editore: American Society for Microbiology

pagine: 1348

Featuring the latest on standard and cutting-edge immunological tests and procedures in clinical laboratory immunology, the much-awaited sixth edition of this classic reference manual reflects the continued evolution of clinical immunology. The best features of earlier editions have remained in this update, including a step-by-step interpretive approach to methodology, with emphasis on clinical applications and interpretation. Thoroughly indexed and fully illustrated, this much heralded reference has been called "a clear reflection of the practice of clinical laboratory immunology" (Current Microbiology). Its key features are: revises, updates, and expands standard and cutting-edge immunological tests and procedures; redefines the field of modern clinical immunology with less detailed methodology, more lab tests and interpretation; includes a broad range of immunologic procedures; and emphasizes the interpretation of immunologic findings.
219,65 186,70

Overrun Edition: O/R Medical Immunology

Parslow

editore: McGraw Hill Higher Education

61,97 52,67

Kuby. Immunologia

Barbara A. Osborne, Richard A. Goldsby
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editore: UTET

pagine: 702

86,76 73,75

Immunology

Richard M. Hyde

editore: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

pagine: 288

This is a concise, outlined review of basic and clinical immunology. The USMLE format questions make it an excellent resource for exam preparation. It also helps students practice problem solving and critical thinking in immunology
33,00 28,05

Analisi del sistema immunitario attraverso l'interpretazione clinica delle sottopopolazioni linfocitarie

Cesare Santi, Tiziana Semplici

editore: Gruppo Editoriale Viator

pagine: 160

Gli Autori hanno sviluppato una pluriennale esperienza nell'ambito delle terapie complementari in pazienti portatori di patologie cronico-degenerative che ha reso necessario un approfondimento dello studio teorico e clinico dell'immunologia, partendo dai principi di immunologia molecolare, branca emergente nella medicina moderna. Grazie all'aiuto e alla collaborazione di colleghi medici, primo fra tutti il belga Maurice Jenaer, ideatore della microimmunoterapia, hanno iniziato lo studio, in ambito diagnostico, delle "sottopopolazioni linfocitarie", collaborando con laboratori europei ed italiani e con biologi molecolari esperti in citofluorimetria. Da questa esperienza è nato il presente Atlante, con lo scopo di diffondere e rendere accessibile ai medici di medicina generale e specialisti di differenti branche, nello svolgimento della loro pratica clinica, uno strumento diagnostico utile, se non indispensabile, per un corretto inquadramento di patologie acute e croniche, attraverso lo studio della funzione del sistema immunitario.
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basi dell'immunologia. Fisiopatologia del sistema immunitario

Fisiopatologia del sistema immunitario

Abul K. Abbas, Andrew H. Lichtman
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editore: Edra Masson

pagine: 339

La quarta edizione di "Le basi dell'immunologia" di Abbas, Lichtman e Pillai si presenta profondamente aggiornata nei contenuti e risulta integrata da alcuni concetti che negli ultimi due anni hanno segnato grandi progressi nelle nostre conoscenze. Il volume mantiene la consueta semplicità e la sua iconografia, che è stata rinnovata e ampliata. Riassume le nuove nozioni relative ai sensori che l'immunità innata utilizza per riconoscere i patogeni e le alterazioni del "self", ossia le situazioni di "pericolo". Presenta le più aggiornate conoscenze dello sviluppo dei linfociti B e del loro ruolo nelle risposte immunitarie. Include le ultime acquisizioni sul ruolo della polarizzazione dei linfociti T nelle risposte protettive e autoimmuni. Sintetizza in una pratica appendice le principali caratteristiche delle citochine maggiormente coinvolte nella regolazione della risposta immunitaria. Inoltre, Le basi dell'Immunologia presenta casi clinici che dimostrano l'importanza della comprensione delle funzioni del sistema immunitario nella prevenzione delle malattie e nella tutela della salute. Sul sito web lo studente può trovare tutte le immagini del volume e i test di autovalutazione. L'opera si propone come un volume di riferimento per gli studenti delle lauree triennali e specialistiche, ma anche come valido testo di facile consultazione per tutti coloro che desiderino entrare in contatto in modo semplice ma approfondito con i principi dell'immunologia moderna. Questo libro è cercato anche come: Le basi dell'immunologia Abbas Masson, Abbas Le basi dell'immunologia
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