Biology of T Cells - Part B, Vol 342. International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology

  • ID: 4593668
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 276 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Biology of T Cells - Part B, Volume 342, the latest release in the International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology series, offers an overview of the major molecular and cellular aspects of T-cell biology and their links to human pathophysiology. Chapters in this release include Metabolism of T lymphocytes in health and disease, T lymphocytes and autoimmunity, Cancer immunosurveillance by T cells, T lymphocytes as targets in viral disorders, Molecular mechanisms underlying pharmacological immunosuppression, T lymphocyte-based immunotherapeutics, In silico methods to analyze T cell biology, and Engineering Platforms for T Cell Modulation.

  • Contains individual chapters that focus on one specific facet of the development, phenotype, function, study or pathophysiological relevance of T lymphocytes
  • Presents the latest release in the International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology series
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1. Metabolism of T lymphocytes in health and disease Timo Gaber 2. T lymphocytes and autoimmunity Uqba Khan 3. Cancer immunosurveillance by T cells Arnold Han 4. T lymphocytes as targets in viral disorders Anne Monette 5. Molecular mechanisms underlying pharmacological immunosuppression Nicolas Pallet and Marie-Anne Loirot 6. T lymphocyte-based immunotherapeutics Saman Maleki Vareki 7. In silico methods to analyze T cell biology Sebastiano Battaglia 8. Engineering Platforms for T Cell Modulation Jonathan Schneck
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