The rapid and startling innovations in immunology over the past two decades have their root in sound experimental practice. Practical Immunology gives straightforward descriptions of the commonest techniques that are often covered, but not always well explained in current literature. It explains how to perform the basic techniques that form the anatomy of experimental immunology, and includes tips for improving the techniques, troubleshooting and other handy advice. Where possible, the techniques are explained in a way that ensures that the purchase of specialist kits is avoidable. For those who are a little rusty on their basic immunology the book also gives background information, making it a highly useful "one stop shop".
This latest edition has been fully revised to include the basic techniques of molecular biology, with a revised section on cytokines, an expanded section on clinical immunology and new techniques in epitope mapping and the study of cell adhersion molecules.
Isolation And Structure Of Immunoglobulins Monoclonal.
Antibodies: Production, Purification And Enzymatic Fragmentation.
Antibody Interactions With Antigens.
Antibodies As Probes.
Immunoassay Isolation Of Cells Phagocytosies, Complement And Antibody–Dependent Cytotoxicity.
Immunological Manipulations In Vivo.