Synthetic vaccines / edited by Bruce H. Nicholson.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Oxford ; Boston : Blackwell Scientific Publications, [1994], ©1994.
Description
xvii, 542 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • 1. Components of an Immune Response / Peter J. Delves
  • 2. General Features of the Structure of Immunoglobulins / Allen B. Edmundson and Luke W. Guddat
  • 3. Cell-mediated Immunity: Recognition of Foreign Peptides Plus Self / Sarah A. Butcher
  • 4. Antigen Processing: Role of MHC-encoded Molecules in the Regulation of Afferent Immune Responses / Daniel Muller and Jeffrey A. Frelinger
  • 5. Perspectives from Immune Recognition of Discontinuous Sites / M. Zouhair Atassi and Garvin S. Bixler, Jr.
  • 6. Protein - Protein Recognition / James C. Whisstock and Arthur M. Lesk
  • 7. Experimental Determination of Immunogenic Sites / David J. Rowlands
  • 8. Prediction of Antigenic Sites / Bruce H. Nicholson
  • 9. Peptide Synthesis / Eric Atherton and Robert C. Sheppard
  • 10. Peptide Structure in Solution / H. Jane Dyson
  • 11. Biosynthesis of Peptides via Recombinant DNA / Michael D. Jones
  • 12. The Special Problems of Carbohydrate Vaccines / J. McLeod Griffiss.
  • 13. Engineered Viruses as Vaccines / Anthony J. Robinson, Bruce H. Nicholson and David J. Lyttle
  • 14. Idiotype Vaccine Strategies / Ronald C. Kennedy
  • 15. Malaria Vaccine Development / Michael F. Good and Louis H. Miller
  • 16. Foot and Mouth Disease / Fred Brown
  • 17. Vaccination against Viral Hepatitis / Kenneth Murray
  • 18. Vaccines against AIDS / E. James Stott and Geoffrey C. Schild
  • 19. Influenza / Robert J. Horwitz and Ruth Arnon
  • 20. Poliovirus / Sylvie Van Der Werf.
ISBN
0632030143
LCCN
93029366
OCLC
28892600
RCP
C - S
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