By Keith J. Dorrington, Michel H. Klein (auth.), Andor Szentivanyi M.D., Paul H. Maurer Ph.D., Bernard W. Janicki Ph.D. (eds.)
This booklet is predicated on a Symposium that has been held in Clearwater, Florida on February 19-21, 1986, on antibodies, their constitution, synthesis, functionality, and scientific applicability in ailment. association of this symposium by way of the college of South Florida university of medication was once brought on by way of the extraordinary present enlargement of data on those issues quite often, and within the box of antibody diver sity, particularly. the problems that encompass the final named measurement of this box, started to floor within the overdue 1950's with the 1st conclusive genetic experiences having been spoke back, and a brand new set of recommendations has been de fined. As we see it from the cloth offered during this quantity, now new and varied questions are being raised and responded by means of stories in growth, and it can be anticipated that there'll be different questions that would be with us for a significantly longer time. We think that the symposium introduced jointly many favorite investi gators with varied backgrounds and coaching stories resembling immunolo gists, microbiologists, biochemists, molecular biologists, and scientific sci entists, therefore delivering an outstanding instance of the interdisciplinary price of recent immunology and smooth biomedical technology usually. We think, consequently, that bringing those complicated issues to a large viewers of bio clinical scientists via this symposium in addition to this quantity is of worth to the clinical and to the scientific community.
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Antibodies: Structure, Synthesis, Function, and Immunologic Intervention in Disease by Keith J. Dorrington, Michel H. Klein (auth.), Andor Szentivanyi M.D., Paul H. Maurer Ph.D., Bernard W. Janicki Ph.D. (eds.)