Veterinary Molecular Immunology

Veterinary Molecular Immunology

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This book focuses primarily on the newly discovered theory and techniques of veterinary molecular immunology. It also covers application of modern immunological methods into the treatment and...

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Auteur(s) Shijun J. Zheng
Éditeur SPRINGER
Date 12/05/2024
Pages 539
Taille 0 X 0
Type Relié
ISBN 9789819989287

Description détaillée : Veterinary Molecular Immunology

In terms of new immunological theories, this book focuses on recently-discovered innate lymphocytes (ILCs), signal transduction triggered by engagement of pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) with pathogen-associated molecular patterns (PAMPs), and signal communication between nerve and immune systems, antimicrobial peptides, immunoregulation and checkpoint, development and maturation of T and B lymphocytes, regulatory T cells, immune tolerance, and immunosuppression and evasion.

In terms of new techniques and application, the book covers the categories and designs of preventive and therapeutic vaccines and the principle of developing vaccination program, occurrence, development and immune evasion of cancer cells, and the novel techniques for cancer therapy.

In addition, comparison of avian and porcine cytokines with human and mouse ones is also provided in the appendices to illustrate the differences in cytokines between species.

This book is valuable for the undergraduates, graduate students or professional researchers with requirement for advanced studies in veterinary immunology. It meets their requirements for improving and expanding knowledge of immunology.

Sommaire : Veterinary Molecular Immunology

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