John W. Kimball's INTRODUCTION TO IMMUNOLOGY was developed for a semester-long course in immunology for biology majors and graduate students at Harvard University. The text is divided into five parts: Part I is an introduction to humoral and cell-mediated immunity. Part II describes the interaction of antibodies and antigens, and the various laboratory techniques with which antibodies are detected and quantified and assay techniques for cell-mediated immune responses (CMI). Part III provides an overview of the tissues and cells of the Immune System. Part IV, Immune Responsiveness, includes chapters on the response of B lymphocytes to antigen, the immunoglobulins, the genetic basis of antibody diversity, and more. Part V covers homeostatic control of immunity and immunological tolerance. Finally, Part VI, Immunity and Disease, covers the body's responses to infectious disease, tissue and organ transplantation, tumors, and hypersensitivity and autoimmune disease. Second edition, 1987 printing
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