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Publication Date: 1992
Publisher: Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
Thomson, Angus W.
Self Non-Self Discrimination by the Immune System (C. Sharrock). The Use of Cytokines and Their Receptors to Monitor and Manipulate the Immune Response (M. Dallman & G. Clark). Tolerance to Alloantigens (K. Wood). Tolerance Induced by Soluble Antigens (K. Gilbert, et al.). Molecular Intervention in the Therapy of Autoimmune Disease (D. Wraith & A. Cooke). Monoclonal Antibodies and Immune Intervention (S. Zamvil, et al.). Mode of Action of Immunosuppressive Drugs with Particular Response to the Molecular Basis of Macrolide-Induced-Immunosuppression (A. Thomson, et al.). Approaches to the Design of Immunosuppressive Agents (A. Allison). Conclusion (A. Thomson). Index.Thomson, Angus W. is the author of 'Molecular Biology of Immunosuppression', published 1992 under ISBN 9780471934738 and ISBN 0471934739.
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