Immunopharmacology of Lymphocytes
It is in this context that this volume forms an essential part of the Handbook of Immunopharmacology series. The main focus of the book is on T lymphocytes and NK cells. The physiology and immunopharmacology of B cells, although not covered in a separate chapter, form an integral part of the sections on modulation by inflammatory mediators, hormones and neuropeptides. This volume acts as a good starting point on which to build and a stepping stone to future discoveries.
- Hardback | 304 pages
- 194 x 260 x 20mm | 780.17g
- 01 Nov 1994
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
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Table of contents
J. Penninger, K. Kishihara, D.R. Koh, K. Pfeffer, V.A. Wallace, R. Yeung, B. Zanke, and T.W. Mak, The T Cell Receptor: Recognition of Antigens and Signal Transduction.
J. Stein-Streilein, Cytotoxic and Immunoregulatory Functions of the NK Cell.
B. Mazer, Inflammatory Mediators which Modulate T and B Cell Functions.
F. Homo-Delarche and S. Durant Hormones, Neurotransmitters and Neuropeptides as Modulators of Lymphocyte Functions.
B.G. Talbot, Hybridomas and Momoclonal Antibodies: Tools to Unravel the Mysteries of Physiology and Pathology.