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How the Immune System WorksHow the Immune System Works
by Lauren Ph.D. Sompayrac
2nd edition (February 1, 2003)
ISBN: 063204702X


"This book does an excellent job of giving a comprehensive overview of the basic concepts of immunology in a highly readable style; even practicing immunologists will benefit from the overall perspective presented."

Medical ImmunologyMedical Immunology
by Gabriel Virella (Editor)
5th Rev&Ex edition (August 1, 2001) ISBN: 0824705505

Thirty chapters reflect the current state of basic and clinical immunology, with an emphasis on diagnostic and clinical applications of recent advances.
Strategies for modulation of the immune response and treatment of hypersensitivity, auto-immune, and immune deficiency diseases are highlighted.
Immuno-deficiency diseases are discussed in a distinct section.
Contributors are biologists, surgeons, oncologists, pharmacists, pathologists, and immunologists from the eastern United States


Medical Immunology Made MemorableMedical Immunology Made Memorable
by P. M. Lydyard, J. H. L. Playfair, P.M. Lydyard
2nd ed edition (August 15, 2000) ISBN: 0443064296

Presents an overview of the three core areas of immunology encountered in today's medical curriculum: basic immunology, immunopathology, and clinical immunology.

Previous edition, c1995, was titled Medical Immunology for Students. Includes glossary, detailed index, tutorial section, and more. Softcover.


Medical ImmunologyMedical Immunology
by Tristram G. Parslow, Daniel P. Stites, Abba I. Terr (Editor), John B. Imboden 10 edition (March 23, 2001)
ISBN: 0838563007

* Emphasizes both the basic and clinical aspects of immunology that promotes understanding of core concepts and provides clinical correlations to medical practice * Logical progression from normal immune function to laboratory abnormalities and clinical diseases * Problem-oriented approach to clinical disorders caused by immunological disruption

ImmunobiologyImmunobiology by Charles A., Jr. Janeway, Paul Travers, Mark Walport, Mark J. Shlomchik 6th Bk&Cdr edition (July 1, 2004) ISBN: 0815341016
This introductory text/CD-ROM is intended for use in immunology courses for medical students, advanced undergraduate biology students, graduate students, and scientists in other fields. The text presents immunology from the perspective of the host's interaction with an environment that contains harmful microbes. This sixth edition contains chapter discussion questions, plus an extensively revised chapter on the evolution of the immune system. The CD-ROM contains animations based on figures in the book and videos of experiments. Janeway was affiliated with Yale University School of Medicine.