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The Resource Essentials of clinical immunology, Helen Chapel, Mansel Haeney, Siraj Misbah, Neil Snowden, (electronic book)

Essentials of clinical immunology, Helen Chapel, Mansel Haeney, Siraj Misbah, Neil Snowden, (electronic book)

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Essentials of clinical immunology
Title
Essentials of clinical immunology
Statement of responsibility
Helen Chapel, Mansel Haeney, Siraj Misbah, Neil Snowden
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Essentials of Clinical Immunology provides the most up-to-date, core information required to understand diseases with an immunological basis. Clinically focussed, the sixth edition of this classic text presents theoretical and practical information in a simple yet thorough way.Essentials of Clinical Immunology covers the underlying pathophysiology, the signs and symptoms of disease, the investigations required and guidance on the management of patients.Perfect for clinical medical students, junior doctors and medical professionals seeking a refresher in the role of immunology in clinical medi
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AU-PeEL
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Chapel, Helen
Dewey number
616.0709
LC call number
RC582 .C384 2013
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Haeney, Mansel
  • Misbah, Siraj
  • Snowden, Neil
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  • Clinical immunology
  • Immunity
  • Immune System Phenomena
Label
Essentials of clinical immunology, Helen Chapel, Mansel Haeney, Siraj Misbah, Neil Snowden, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Previous ed.: Malden, Mass.: Blackwell, 2006
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • ""Cover""; ""Title page""; ""Copyright page ""; ""Contents""; ""Preface to the Sixth Edition""; ""Preface to the First Edition""; ""How to Use Your Textbook""; ""About the Companion Website""; ""Key to Illustrations""; ""Chapter 1: Basic Components: Structure and Function""; ""1.1 Introduction""; ""1.2 Key molecules""; ""1.2.1 Molecules recognized by immune systems""; ""1.2.2 Recognition molecules""; ""1.2.3 Accessory molecules""; ""1.2.4 Effector molecules for immunity""; ""1.2.5 Receptors for effector functions""; ""1.2.6 Adhesion molecules""; ""1.3 Functional basis of innate responses""
  • ""1.3.1 Endothelial cells""""1.3.2 Neutrophil polymorphonuclear leucocytes""; ""1.3.3 Macrophages""; ""1.3.4 Dendritic cells""; ""1.3.5 Complement""; ""1.3.6 Antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity""; ""1.3.7 Natural killer cells""; ""1.4 Functional basis of the adaptive immune responses""; ""1.4.1 Antigen processing""; ""1.4.2 T cell mediated responses""; ""1.4.3 Antibody production""; ""1.5 Physiological outcomes of immune responses""; ""1.5.1 Killing of target cells (virally infected/tumour cells)""; ""1.5.2 Direct functions of antibody""; ""1.5.3 Indirect functions of antibody""
  • ""1.5.4 Regulation""""1.6 Tissue damage caused by the immune system""; ""1.6.1 Inflammation: a brief overview""; ""1.7 Organization of the immune system: an overview""; ""1.8 Conclusions""; ""Chapter 2: Infection""; ""2.1 Introduction""; ""2.2 Normal resistance to infection""; ""2.2.1 Non-specific resistance""; ""2.2.2 Specific resistance""; ""2.3 Viral infection""; ""2.3.1 Epsteinâ€?Barr virus infection""; ""2.3.2 Herpes viruses in general""; ""2.3.3 Direct effects of viruses""; ""2.3.4 Viral strategies to evade the immune response""
  • ""2.3.5 Bystander damage caused by the immune response to viral infection""""2.3.6 Speculative effects of viral infection""; ""2.4 Bacterial infection""; ""2.4.1 Normal immune responses to bacterial infections""; ""2.4.2 Bacteria as superantigens""; ""2.4.3 Bacterial evasion of immune defences""; ""2.4.4 Bystander damage caused by the immune response to bacterial infection""; ""2.5 Mycobacterial infection""; ""2.5.1 Mycobacterial infections""; ""2.5.2 Mycobacteria and the normal immune response""; ""2.5.3 Mycobacterial evasion of the immune response""
  • ""2.5.4 Damage caused by the immune response to mycobacteria""""2.5.5 Prevention of tuberculosis""; ""2.6 Fungal infection""; ""2.6.1 Mechanisms of immunity to fungal infections""; ""2.6.2 Bystander damage caused by immune reactions to fungi""; ""2.7 Parasitic infection""; ""2.7.1 Protozoal infection""; ""2.7.2 Normal immune responses to protozoa""; ""2.7.3 Protozoal evasion of immune responses""; ""2.7.4 Helminth infections""; ""2.7.5 Normal immunity to helminth infection""; ""2.7.6 Helminth evasion of immune responses""
  • ""2.7.7 Bystander damage caused by immune reactions to protozoa and helminths""
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PurchEBL1584078
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unknown
Edition
6th ed.
Extent
1 online resource (377 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
MAXIMUM OF 3 CONCURRENT USERS. Printing is restricted to 20% of the total pages of the ebook, per patron. Copying and pasting is restricted to 5% of the total pages of the ebook, per person. However, printing and copy and paste permissions in excess of this may be granted by some publishers
Isbn
9781118487877
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Essentials of clinical immunology, Helen Chapel, Mansel Haeney, Siraj Misbah, Neil Snowden, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Previous ed.: Malden, Mass.: Blackwell, 2006
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • ""Cover""; ""Title page""; ""Copyright page ""; ""Contents""; ""Preface to the Sixth Edition""; ""Preface to the First Edition""; ""How to Use Your Textbook""; ""About the Companion Website""; ""Key to Illustrations""; ""Chapter 1: Basic Components: Structure and Function""; ""1.1 Introduction""; ""1.2 Key molecules""; ""1.2.1 Molecules recognized by immune systems""; ""1.2.2 Recognition molecules""; ""1.2.3 Accessory molecules""; ""1.2.4 Effector molecules for immunity""; ""1.2.5 Receptors for effector functions""; ""1.2.6 Adhesion molecules""; ""1.3 Functional basis of innate responses""
  • ""1.3.1 Endothelial cells""""1.3.2 Neutrophil polymorphonuclear leucocytes""; ""1.3.3 Macrophages""; ""1.3.4 Dendritic cells""; ""1.3.5 Complement""; ""1.3.6 Antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity""; ""1.3.7 Natural killer cells""; ""1.4 Functional basis of the adaptive immune responses""; ""1.4.1 Antigen processing""; ""1.4.2 T cell mediated responses""; ""1.4.3 Antibody production""; ""1.5 Physiological outcomes of immune responses""; ""1.5.1 Killing of target cells (virally infected/tumour cells)""; ""1.5.2 Direct functions of antibody""; ""1.5.3 Indirect functions of antibody""
  • ""1.5.4 Regulation""""1.6 Tissue damage caused by the immune system""; ""1.6.1 Inflammation: a brief overview""; ""1.7 Organization of the immune system: an overview""; ""1.8 Conclusions""; ""Chapter 2: Infection""; ""2.1 Introduction""; ""2.2 Normal resistance to infection""; ""2.2.1 Non-specific resistance""; ""2.2.2 Specific resistance""; ""2.3 Viral infection""; ""2.3.1 Epsteinâ€?Barr virus infection""; ""2.3.2 Herpes viruses in general""; ""2.3.3 Direct effects of viruses""; ""2.3.4 Viral strategies to evade the immune response""
  • ""2.3.5 Bystander damage caused by the immune response to viral infection""""2.3.6 Speculative effects of viral infection""; ""2.4 Bacterial infection""; ""2.4.1 Normal immune responses to bacterial infections""; ""2.4.2 Bacteria as superantigens""; ""2.4.3 Bacterial evasion of immune defences""; ""2.4.4 Bystander damage caused by the immune response to bacterial infection""; ""2.5 Mycobacterial infection""; ""2.5.1 Mycobacterial infections""; ""2.5.2 Mycobacteria and the normal immune response""; ""2.5.3 Mycobacterial evasion of the immune response""
  • ""2.5.4 Damage caused by the immune response to mycobacteria""""2.5.5 Prevention of tuberculosis""; ""2.6 Fungal infection""; ""2.6.1 Mechanisms of immunity to fungal infections""; ""2.6.2 Bystander damage caused by immune reactions to fungi""; ""2.7 Parasitic infection""; ""2.7.1 Protozoal infection""; ""2.7.2 Normal immune responses to protozoa""; ""2.7.3 Protozoal evasion of immune responses""; ""2.7.4 Helminth infections""; ""2.7.5 Normal immunity to helminth infection""; ""2.7.6 Helminth evasion of immune responses""
  • ""2.7.7 Bystander damage caused by immune reactions to protozoa and helminths""
Control code
PurchEBL1584078
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
6th ed.
Extent
1 online resource (377 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
MAXIMUM OF 3 CONCURRENT USERS. Printing is restricted to 20% of the total pages of the ebook, per patron. Copying and pasting is restricted to 5% of the total pages of the ebook, per person. However, printing and copy and paste permissions in excess of this may be granted by some publishers
Isbn
9781118487877
Specific material designation
remote

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