Autoimmunity. Physiology and Disease

  • ID: 2172945
  • Book
  • 474 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Presents a coherent view of autoreactivity in health and disease and considers potential new approaches to the therapy of autoimmune diseases. This volume is a vital source of information for clinicians, researchers, faculty, and students in microbiology, immunology and pathology.
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Partial table of contents:

PHYSIOLOGICAL AUTOREACTIVITY.

Autoimmunity Today (A. Coutinho & M. Kazatchkine).

Light Chain Variable Region Gene Repertoire in Human Autoantibodies (K. Victor & J. Capra).

Stimulation of T and B Cells (J. Andersson, et al.).

Lymphocyte Population Kinetics: A Cellular Competition Model (A. Freitas & B. Rocha).

Tolerance and Autoimmunity in the Peripheral T–Cell Repertoire (J. Miller).

Autoimmunity and Idiotypic Networks (J. Stewart).

AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE.

Boundaries Between Physiological Autoreactivity and Pathological Autoimmunity (M. Kazatchkine & A. Coutinho).

Immunological Disturbances Responsible for Graves′ Disease (J. Dwyer).

Is Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis a Model of Multiple Sclerosis?

(E. Heber–Katz).

Immunodeficiency and Autoimmunity (F. Rosen).

Autoimmunity Tomorrow (A. Coutinho & M. Kazatchkine).

Index.
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Antonio Coutinho
Michael D. Kazatchkine
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