Handbook of Tuberculosis

  • ID: 3047529
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 460 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This second of the three–volume tuberculosis book series provides a comprehensive overview of immunological and cell biological aspects of tuberculosis. Edited by the undisputed world leader in the field, this is the most comprehensive book on the topic available, and the first in recent years to focus on both basic research and clinical aspects of TB.
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Immunity to M. tuberculosis and BCG: Introduction

Recognition Receptors and Phagocytosis for M. tuberculosis

Transcriptional Response of Macrophages and Dendritic Cells to M. tuberculosis

Dendritic Cells and Antigen Presentation

Killing Mechanisms of the Host Against M. tuberculosis

Manipulation of the Macrophage Response

Conventional T Cells and their Antigenic Repertoire

Unconventional T Cells

Cytokines in Tuberculosis

Antibodies in Tuberculosis

Pathology

Maintenance of Latent Infection with Correlates of Protective Immunity

Genetics of Resistance (mouse and man)

HIV/TB Interactions

Novel Vaccination Strategies Against Tuberculosis

Experimental Animal Models of Tuberculosis
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As with the other volumes in this series, this will become a reference for anyone interested in the immunology and cell biology of M. tuberculosis, regardless of their experience with these subjects. (Doody′s, July 2008)
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