The Immune System, Third Edition is designed for use in immunology courses for undergraduate, medical, dental, and pharmacy students. This class-tested and proven textbook synthesizes the established facts of immunology into a comprehensible, coherent, and up-to-date account of how the human immune system works and the effect it has on the health and survival of individuals and populations, making generous use of medical examples to illustrate points. The reader-friendly text, full-color illustrations, and section and chapter summaries make the book accessible and easily understandable to students. The Third Edition is a major revision and includes two new chapters: Innate Immunity (Chapter 2) and Principles of Adaptive Immunity (Chapter 3). Former Chapter 12 has been divided into three chapters: vaccination (Chapter 14), transplantation (Chapter 15), and cancer (Chapter 16). The number of end-of-chapter questions has been expanded and now include essay, multiple choice, and case study questions with answers provided at the end of the book. The Immune System is adapted from Immunobiology by Janeway, Travers, and Walport.
NEW IN THE THIRD EDITION
Completely updated throughout.
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The use of immunotherapies developed from humanized monoclonal antibodies as preferred treatments for certain diseases are discussed in several chapters.
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Question Bank for instructors to accompany The Immune System, Third Edition. Includes over 500 questions organized by book chapter and designed for quiz and examination purposes.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Peter Parham is a Professor in the Departments of Structural Biology, and Microbiology and Immunology, at Stanford University.
Garland Science 608pp: 513 illust Paperback: 978-0
CONTENTS To download a detailed table of contents and sample chapters, please visit: http://www.garlandscience.com/gs_textbooks.asp 1.
Elements of the Immune System and their Roles in Defense
10. The Body’s Defenses Against Infection
Principles of Adaptive Immunity
11. Failures of the Body’s Defenses
Antibody Structure and the Generation of B-Cell Diversity
12. Over-reactions of the Immune System
Antigen Recognition by T Lymphocytes
13. Disruption of Healthy Tissue by the Immune Response
The Development of B Lymphocytes
14. Vaccination to Prevent Infectious Disease
The Development of T Lymphocytes
15. Transplantation of Tissues and Organs
T Cell-Mediated Immunity
16. Cancer and Its Interaction with the Immune System
Immunity Mediated by B Cells and Antibodies
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The Art of The Immune System, Third Edition CD-ROM contains the figures from the book for presentation purposes. The figures are available in both PowerPoint® and JPEG formats. Available to instructors upon adoption.
Question Bank The Question Bank features over 500 essay and multiple choice questions and includes detailed answers to all questions. Prepared by Sheryl L. Fuller-Espie, Cabrini College, USA, the questions are organized by book chapter and designed for instructors to use for quiz and examination purposes. They measure knowledge of essential concepts and help students link basic science to medical and research applications.
Lecture Outlines Lecture outlines from the book’s concept heads are available in PowerPoint® format.
Case Studies in Immunology, Fifth Edition ISBN: 978-0-8153-4145-1 • Paperback • 2007 • 328pp • 238 illustrations
Case Studies in Immunology, by Raif Geha and Fred Rosen, reviews major topics of immunology as background to a selection of real clinical cases that serve to reinforce and extend the basic science. This new edition illustrates the importance of an understanding of immunology in diagnosis and therapy. This book can be used as a clinical companion together with The Immune System, Third Edition. A correlation guide matching relevant sections of the two books is packaged with every copy of The Immune System, Third Edition.
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