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  1. Basic Immunology Updated Edition: Functions and Disorders of the Immune System With STUDENTCONSULT Online Access by Abul K. Abbas MBBS, Andrew H. Lichtman MDPhD, 2010-01-29
  2. Cellular and Molecular Immunology, Updated Edition: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access (Abbas, Cellular and Molecular Immunology) by Abul K. Abbas MBBS, Andrew H. Lichtman MDPhD, et all 2009-05-12
  3. Kuby Immunology (Kindt, Kuby Immunology) by Thomas J. Kindt, Barbara A. Osborne, et all 2006-08-15
  4. Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Immunology (Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews Series) by Thao Doan, Roger Melvold, et all 2007-07-05
  5. Case Studies in Immunology: A Clinical Companion (Geha, Case Studies in Immunology: A Clinical Companion) by Geha, Rosen, 2007-06-22
  6. Review of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Eleventh Edition (LANGE Basic Science) by Warren Levinson, 2010-05-19
  7. BRS Microbiology and Immunology (Board Review Series) by Arthur G. Johnson, Richard J. Ziegler, et all 2009-10-28
  8. Basic Immunology: Functions and Disorders of the Immune System Third Edition, With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access by Abul K. Abbas MBBS, Andrew H. Lichtman MDPhD, et all 2008-02-20
  9. Rapid Review Microbiology and Immunology: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access by Ken S. Rosenthal PhD, Michael J Tan MDFACP, 2010-08-27
  10. Immunology: A Short Course by Richard Coico, Geoffrey Sunshine, 2009-01-14
  11. High-Yield Immunology (High-YieldSeries) by Arthur G. Johnson, 2005-08-26
  12. Immunology at a Glance by J.H.L. Playfair, B.M. Chain, 2009-03-17
  13. Review of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Tenth Edition (LANGE Basic Science) by Warren Levinson, 2008-05-08
  14. Case Studies in Immunology by Fred Rosen, Raif Geha, 2004-04-09

1. Immunology - Journal Information
The official Journal of the British Society for immunology.
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Associate Editors: Stephen Anderton, Klaus Heeg, Steve Jameson, Federica Sallusto, Charles Surh Immunology is essential reading for workers in all areas of immunological research. Recognised as one of the leading journals in its field it is also one of the longest established immunology journals, boasting wide trans-continental representation in authors, editors and reviewers. The journal covers all fundamental aspects of immunology including cellular immunology, immunochemistry, immunogenetics, allergy, transplantation immunology, cancer immunology and clinical immunology.
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2. The Biology Project: Microbiology & Immunology
immunology contains Problem Sets, Tutorials and Activities on Introduction to immunology, Case Studies, The Elisa Assay, Western Blotting Analysis and WWW Resources. The
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The Biology Project Home Immunology HIV/AIDS Simulate the spread of HIV through a population with virtual fluid exchanges. Results from a computer-simulated ELISA are used for an epidemiological study to determine possible original HIV carriers. The ELISA Assay Understand how an ELISA is performed, learn what serum components are measured in an ELISA, and be able to explain how an ELISA test is used to detect sero-positivity for HIV or any other pathogen. Western Blotting Analysis Learn why a western blot is a confirmatory test for HIV positivity, what serum components are measured in an ELISA, and how a western blot is performed. Introduction to Immunology Learn the basics about the immune system. Antibody Structure Understand how an antibody's physical structure determines its interaction with antigen. HIV and AIDS Learn about HIV's interaction with the immune system and how current treatments interrupt the HIV lifecycle.

3. British Society For Immunology - Home Page
A registered charity that shares information on the advancement of immunology. Explains purpose, meetings, publications, and benefits for members. Resource links for related degree offerings and job openings.
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BSI Congress 2010
Congress 2010 website The full programme can be found on the Congress website and features an exciting line up of national and international speakers.
'Advance of the year 2010' Competition
Have you been using a cutting-edge technique you want your colleagues to know about? Have you read about a breakthrough method that you believe will change the way immunology operates? Here is your chance to share that insight with your community, and win prizes in the process! About the competition…
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The science of bioterrorism
21 October 2010 This month’s adult-only Lates event at the Science Museum (London) looks at the science of bioterrorism. Learn how to protect yourself from the biological outbreak that they’ll be simulating in the Museum, and if you get infected display your symptoms with some gruesome make-up. Traditional Lates’ activities such as the silent disco and launchpad gallery will be there as well (should you escape the infection!). The Science of Bioterrorism 27 October 18.45-22.00

4. Immunology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
immunology is a broad branch of biomedical science that covers the study of all aspects of the immune system in all organisms It deals with the physiological functioning of the
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Immunology is a broad branch of biomedical science that covers the study of all aspects of the immune system in all organisms It deals with the physiological functioning of the immune system in states of both health and disease; malfunctions of the immune system in immunological disorders ( autoimmune diseases hypersensitivities immune deficiency transplant rejection ); the physical, chemical and physiological characteristics of the components of the immune system in vitro in situ , and in vivo . Immunology has applications in several disciplines of science, and as such is further divided.
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Even before the concept of immunity (from immunis Latin for "exempt") was developed, numerous early physicians characterized organs that would later prove to be part of the immune system. The key primary lymphoid organs of the immune system are like thymus and bone marrow , and secondary lymphatic tissues such as spleen tonsils lymph vessels lymph nodes ... adenoids , and skin . When health conditions warrant, immune system organs including the thymus, spleen, portions of bone marrow, lymph nodes and secondary lymphatic tissues can be

5. Immunology Graduate Program | University Of California, San Francisco
Seminars Events The immunology program administers numerous activities that promote scientific development and fosters interaction.
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The Immunology program administers numerous activities that promote scientific development and fosters interaction. These events also allow for exposure to recent findings in immunological research. The weekly seminar series invites top researchers in the field to speak at our program. The journal clubs allow for discussion and exposure to current topics in the literature. Annual Retreat Seminar Series Journal Club Postdoctoral Seminars ... Student Research Talks
Annual Immunology Retreat
Each year, Immunologists from UCSF and UC Berkeley co-sponsor a two-day conference. This conference allows for scientists from both institutions to share their work and interact with each other in a social setting. Principal investigators or chosen member(s) of the lab give an overview of his/her research-in-progress. A poster session is also held so that others have the opportunity to share their work.

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7. University Of Glasgow :: Degree Programmes A-Z :: Immunology
immunology is the study of the body’s defence (immune) system, in health and disease. It involves elements from a wide range of basic biological sciences, all focused towards
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In first and second year you will study general biology courses, gaining background knowledge in a number of biological subjects. If you progress to Honours, you will attend lectures in third year which cover the whole field of immunology together with supporting lectures on molecular biology, statistics and data analysis. A series of practical classes is run in parallel with the lectures which increase familiarity with many current immunological techniques. In fourth year you will continue your study of immunology in more depth, with the opportunity to plan your own work. You will also undertake a supervised laboratory research project and prepare a dissertation on a separate topic based on a literature survey. The Honours programme provides a full understanding of how the immune system works under both physiological and pathological conditions, covering topics such as infectious disease, vaccination, transplantation, cancer, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases.
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8. Clinical & Experimental Immunology - Journal Information
International journal publishing original research on all aspects of clinical immunology and translational immunology.
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  • Impact Factor: 3.009 Submission
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Associate Editors: Marina Botto Danny Douek Matthias von Herrath
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2009 Impact Factor: CEI on the rise again! With the publication of the 2009 impact factors, Wiley-Blackwell and the British Society for Immunology are delighted to announce that CEI has risen again this year to
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9. Immunology: Definition From Answers.com
n. The branch of biomedicine concerned with the structure and function of the immune system, innate and acquired immunity, the bodily distinction of self from nonself, and
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10. Uveitis | Welcome
Research and education into inflammatory disease and immunology. Provides services and information for patients and professionals.
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11. The Biomedical Sciences Cluster | The University Of Chicago
Brings together faculty members interested in immunological research and teaching. Has a degree-granting programme.
http://immunology.uchicago.edu/
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The Committee on Immunology
The Committee on Immunology offers a graduate program of study leading to the Ph.D. in Immunology,as well as an undergraduate Specialization in Immunology, and courses for medical students. The program provides multidisciplinary training in all aspects of Immunology that includes a core immunologycurriculum and several advanced graduate level courses in specialized areas. The training also integrates the basic biological sciences with the clinical sciences in an effort to develop new immunological approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of various immune diseases and cancer. Approximately thirty students are enrolled in the Ph.D. program, which has won training grant support from the NIH continuously for over thirty years.
Alexander Chervonsky, MD, Ph.D.

12. Microbiology/Virology/Immunology/Bacteriology/Parasitology Text Book On-line
x x contact us today is introduction. immunology bacteriology virology parasitology mycology. infectious disease search. video lectures. immunology quiz 1
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PART ONE: IMMUNOLOGY Immunology is the study of our protection from foreign macromolecules or invading organisms and our responses to them. These invaders include viruses, bacteria, protozoa or even larger parasites. In addition, we develop immune responses against our own proteins (and other molecules) in autoimmunity and against our own aberrant cells in tumor immunity. Our first line of defense against foreign organisms are barrier tissues such as the skin that stop the entry of organism into our bodies. If, however, these barrier layers are penetrated, the body contains cells that respond rapidly to the presence of the invader. These cells include macrophages and neutrophils that engulf foreign organisms and kill them without the need for antibodies. Immediate challenge also comes from soluble molecules that deprive the invading organism of essential nutrients (such as iron) and from certain molecules that are found on the surfaces of epithelia, in secretions (such as tears and saliva) and in the blood stream. This form of immunity is the innate or non-specific immune system that is continually ready to respond to invasion.

13. Immunology Course Materials And Animations At Davidson College
Course Materials for Spring 2006. immunology Syllabus for Spring 2006. immunology Reading Schedule for Spring 2006. immunology Important Dates for Spring 2006
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M olecular M ovies Course Materials for Spring 2006 Immunology Syllabus for Spring 2006 Immunology Reading Schedule for Spring 2006 Immunology Important Dates for Spring 2006 Immunology Student Web Pages ... Immunology Web Resources (including old tests) Chemokine Mini-lectures Online (courtesy of University of Stony Brook) M olecular M ovies - Flash Animations to help students learn immunology.
This work was funded in part by a Mellon Technology Fellowship from the Associated Colleges of the South , and Davidson College's Faculty Summmer Support program. Awards for M olecular M ovies
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to advance the teaching of physiology. December, 2005. Somatic Recombination
of a light chain to demonstrate how antibodies can bind to so many different epitopes. MHC I antigen loading shows how MHC class one molecules acquire their antigens for presentation on the cell surface.

14. Dept Of Molecular And Cellular Biology, Harvard U: Biology Links
Maintained by Harvard Department of Molecular and Cell Biology. Formerly called WWW Virtual Library of immunology.
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15. Free Downloadable Video Lectures At Learnerstv.com
immunology 43m 28s Click to view video lecture Lecture2Complement-Part 1 immunology 47m 43s Click to view video lecture Lecture3-Complement Part 2 immunology
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16. Program In Immunology - Harvard Medical School
The purpose of the Program is to provide education leading to a Ph.D. in immunology. This Program is under the responsibility of the Committee on immunology at Harvard.
http://www.hms.harvard.edu/dms/immunology/
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The Program in Immunology The purpose of the Program is to provide education leading to a Ph.D. in Immunology. This Program is under the responsibility of the Committee on Immunology at Harvard. The Committee includes over 100 faculty representing the main immunology laboratories. Our goal is to Read more... Admissions Interview Weekend The program in Immunology will be holding its interview/recruitment weekend on January 20-22, 2011.
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17. Immunology Links
immunology The Antibody Web Article on webbased resources about antibodies by Stefan D bel Antibody Resource Page. How to find an antibody
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IMMUNOLOGY The Antibody Web Article on web-based resources about antibodies by Stefan Dbel Antibody Resource Page How to find an antibody
Antibody suppliers
The Recombinant Antibody Pages Lots of links etc. From University of Heidelberg, Molecular Genetics Antibody Engineering Group How a monoclonal antibody is humanised. The stages of producing single chain antibody. Info from MRC, Cambridge Humanization by Design Humanisation (also called reshaping or CDR-grafting) is now a well-established technique for reducing the immunogenicity of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) from xenogeneic sources Antibodies - Structure and Sequence Summarizes useful information on antibody structure and sequence. It provides a query interface to the Kabat antibody sequence data, general information on antibodies and crystal structures and links to other antibody-related information Immunoglobulin Structure/Function Images of Immunoglobulin Molecules
IgG functions
These webpages on immunoglobulin structure and function have been prepared by Mike Clark, PhD, Cambridge University, Cambridge UK. The Immunology Link Page CD antigens List of all those CD antigens, what they do and their other names

18. Clinical Immunology Society
Devoted to fostering developments in the science and practice of clinical immunology. Information on goals, meetings and job opportunities for members. Publishes Clinical immunology journal.
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The mission of the Clinical Immunology Society is to facilitate education, translational research and novel approaches to therapy in clinical immunology to promote excellence in the care of patients with immunologic/inflammatory disorders.
CIS is an international professional organization which includes more than 650 clinicians, investigators and trainees. The CIS is governed by a Council consisting of an elected Executive Committee and appointed Councilors.
Steven M. Holland, MD
2010-2011 CIS President I am honored to be writing to you as your new CIS President and thank Carl June for his outstanding and visionary leadership over the past year through significant change and growth. In July 2009, the CIS Executive Committee, committee chairs and Past Presidents met in Chicago where we focused on factors impacting the society and how to serve the changing needs of our members. As a result of these robust discussions, CIS now has its own national meeting, a Website Editor, and appointed Councilors from Latin America and Japan. continue Letter from the President CIS School in Systemic Autoimmune Diseases
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19. The Journal Of Immunology
Web site for The Journal of immunology. The American Association of Immunologists, Inc. HighWire Press Portal The Journal of immunology
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20. Astellas Pharma US, Inc. | Immunology
immunology Our position as a leader in the field of transplantation is a proud accomplishment. We have dedicated an enormous amount of energy to understanding the idiosyncrasies of
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Home Therapeutic Areas > Immunology Immunology Our position as a leader in the field of transplantation is a proud accomplishment. We have dedicated an enormous amount of energy to understanding the idiosyncrasies of immunology as it relates to transplant medicine. Ongoing clinical research and new product development are invaluable for improving our knowledge base and strengthening our experience. The transference and sharing of vast amounts of scientific knowledge is an ongoing priority for Astellas. We have a commitment to immunology that goes well beyond obligation. It is our passion and our priority. Community outreach continues to play a pivotal role in securing a successful future for transplantation. Honoring a long-standing commitment, Astellas will continue to serve as a compelling voice to the community through support and advocacy. This information is intended for U.S. residents only. Prograf (tacrolimus)

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