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Leukocyte and stromal cell molecules; the CD markers.

9780471701323

Leukocyte and stromal cell molecules; the CD markers.

Ed. by Heddy Zola et al.

Wiley-Liss

2007

581 pages

$125.00

Paperback

QR186

Zola, Swart, Nicholson, and Voss (all associated with the Child Health Research Institute, North Adelaide, Australia) present this reference profiling all 350 CD markers intended for biologists, pathologists, and clinicians. The CD markers are molecules (most representing genes), studied on human blood cells, that are targets for research, diagnosis, and treatment. The markers were derived during a series of Human Leukocyte Differentiation Antigen workshops. Each single-page profile provides the alternate name, molecular structure, function, expression, applications, gene name, and selected monoclonal antibodies for a single molecule--or, on occasion, a related group of molecules.

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