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Really Essential Medical Immunology

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224 pages
This new edition of Really Essential Medical Immunology builds on the success of the first edition and includes a fresh contemporary look and easy-to-navigate feel, with fully updated content and materials.

Really Essential Medical Immunology Second Edition is a concise, manageable and portable textbook, based on the original and best-selling Roitt's Essential Immunology, and is specifically designed and written for busy medical and science students getting to grips with the subject of immunology.

The book is divided into five different parts covering:


  • The basis of immunology
  • The recognition of antigens
  • The acquired immune response
  • Immunity of infection
  • Clinical immunology

Really Essential Medical Immunology:


  • Contains only the absolute essentials that students need to know
  • Lays out information in a clear, easy-to-navigate format
  • Includes revision summary boxes to help get the best results in exams
  • Describes concepts visually through the use of clear, simple full colour diagrams
  • Is a must-buy for busy students who need to find information fast and easy
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Contents
Antibodies, 27
The Production of Effectors, 82
Part 4
The Anatomy of the Immune Response, 62
17
16
The Basis of Immunology
Immunity to Infection
15
14
4
13
Part 5
Part 1
6
11
12
Transplantation, 164
Immunodeficiency, 135
iii
Autoimmune diseases, 188
Clinical Immunology
8
Lymphocyte Activation, 75
Glossary, 211
Index, 213
7
Tumor Immunology, 177
Hypersensitivity, 148
Prophylaxis, 127
Adversarial Strategies During Infection, 114
Ontogeny, 105
10
9
Control Mechanisms, 97
Part 2
Membrane Receptors for Antigen, 41
The Acquired Immune Response
Part 3
5
Specific Acquired Immunity, 17
Innate Immunity, 1
2
1
3
The Primary Interaction with Antigen, 50
The Recognition of Antigen