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Ed. by Robert Novak et al.

Elsevier Health Sciences


134 pages



Crash course


Suitable as a review aid or as a supplement for a course in immunology, this volume combines narrative text with concise outlines and tables. Introductory chapters cover the basic functioning of innate and adaptive immune systems, while later ones discuss such topics as immune deficiency, allergies, autoimmunity, and transplantation. Simple, two-color diagrams accompany the text throughout. Novak teaches pathology at Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine.

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