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The primordial VRM system and the evolution of vertebrate immunity

Autore: John Stewart
Editore: Austin : R.G. Landes, 1994.
Serie: Molecular biology intelligence unit (Unnumbered)
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Stewart, John, 1952 Nov. 21-
Primordial VRM system and the evolution of vertebrate immunity.
Austin : R.G. Landes, 1994
(OCoLC)743494329
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: John Stewart
ISBN: 1570591199 9781570591198
Numero OCLC: 30511259
Descrizione: 124 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Contenuti: Evolution as a perceptual tool --
Reconstruction of evolution --
Structure and function --
Defining what the immune system is --
Metchnikoff and the evolutionary origin of cellular immunity --
Compliment system --
Antibacterial peptides --
Aim of this book --
Elements for the construction of a hypothesis --
General background --
Genes --
Molecules --
Cells --
Organs --
Evolution of the structures of the VRM system --
Biological functions of the VRM system through phylogenesis --
First phase the emergence of a primordial VRM system --
Function of the primordial VRM system --
Subsequent evolution of the VRM system --
T cells and MHC --
Three consequences for immunological research --
CIS in mammals --
Comparative immunology in higher vertebrates --
Comparative immunology in primitive vertebrates.
Titolo della serie: Molecular biology intelligence unit (Unnumbered)
Altri titoli: Primordial VRM system.
Responsabilità: John Stewart.

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