Human Anti-Human Gammaglobulins: Their Specificity and Functions is a written record of the seventeenth volume of the Wenner-Gren International Symposium Series, which aims to define natural mechanisms giving rise to human anti-immunoglobulins, the interactions between anti-Igs and Ig determinants and its effects.
The book is divided according to the six sessions that were held during the symposium. Topics include basic experimental data; determinants of IgG revealed by human antiglobulins; anti-gammaglobulin factors in tissues; anti-gammaglobulins interacting with immunoglobulins in solution; anti-gammaglobulin-cellular interactions; and a special lecture.
The text is recommended for medical doctors, especially immunologists, who want to know more about the human anti-human gammaglobulin, its origin, functions, and the discoveries about it.
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|Size: ||28.5 MB|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781483159836 (DRM-PDF)|
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