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Immunoglobulin Genes

£14.99

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The immunoglobin gene complex is responsible for generating an extraordinary wide range of antbodies, each possessing a unique antigen specificity. The Second Edition of Immunogobulin Genes brings the reader up-to-date with the rapid progress in our understanding of this system. Firmly established as the definitive book on the topic, it provides a fully comprehensive account of the organization, function, rearrangement, and expression of these and related genes. Since the publication of the First Edition, the work has been extensively revised and updated to cover new research data on human immunoglobulin genes as well as mammmalian and lower vertebrate systems. New chapters include "Somatic Mutation and B-Cell Maturation," "Antigen Receptors," and "B Lymphocyte Tolerance in the Mouse.";Features: * Conveys the excitement of research on immunoglobulin genes by the range and complexity of issues * Contains invaluable information for clinicians and research scientists with an interest in the immune response * For the Immunologist * Detailed descriptions of the molecular mechanisms generating this diverse range of antibodies and the regulation of genes encoding them * For the Molecular Biologist * Discusses important phenomena including gene rearrangement, differential splicing, and deletion in the context of immunoglobulin genes.

Book condition is very good. Pages are clean and unmarked..

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Author(s):
Honjo, Tasuku & Alt, Frederick W.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23.6cm x 15.5cm
Edition:
1995 Second Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0120536404
ISBN-13:
9780120536405
Number of pages:
443
Publisher:
Academic

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The immunoglobin gene complex is responsible for generating an extraordinary wide range of antbodies, each possessing a unique antigen specificity. The Second Edition of Immunogobulin Genes brings the reader up-to-date with the rapid progress in our understanding of this system. Firmly established as the definitive book on the topic, it provides a fully comprehensive account of the organization, function, rearrangement, and expression of these and related genes. Since the publication of the First Edition, the work has been extensively revised and updated to cover new research data on human immunoglobulin genes as well as mammmalian and lower vertebrate systems. New chapters include "Somatic Mutation and B-Cell Maturation," "Antigen Receptors," and "B Lymphocyte Tolerance in the Mouse.";Features: * Conveys the excitement of research on immunoglobulin genes by the range and complexity of issues * Contains invaluable information for clinicians and research scientists with an interest in the immune response * For the Immunologist * Detailed descriptions of the molecular mechanisms generating this diverse range of antibodies and the regulation of genes encoding them * For the Molecular Biologist * Discusses important phenomena including gene rearrangement, differential splicing, and deletion in the context of immunoglobulin genes.

Book condition is very good. Pages are clean and unmarked..

Author(s):
Honjo, Tasuku & Alt, Frederick W.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23.6cm x 15.5cm
Edition:
1995 Second Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0120536404
ISBN-13:
9780120536405
Number of pages:
443
Publisher:
Academic

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