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Immunodiagnostics: A Practical Approach by R Edwards

Immunodiagnostics A Practical Approach Practical Approach Series

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2000-02-07) | ISBN-10: 0199635897 | PDF | 11 Mb | 304 pages Publisher: Oxford University Press (2000-02-07) | ISBN-10: 0199635897 | PDF | 11 Mb | 304 pages

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Immunodiagnostic tests are analytical methods that use antibodies as reagents whose results are used to aid diagnosis and are widely used in many scientific disciplines and in many different ways. Perhaps the most widespread and obvious use is in clinical applications, but immunodiagnostic tests are also used in other fields such as forensic science and environmental and food analysis. The different types of test range from simple manual methods to fully automated systems with sophisticated integrated detection. Immunodiagnostics: A Practical Approach starts off by explaining the principles and development of immunodiagnostic tests, specifically the use of radioisotopes as tracers. Chapter 2 explains the use of solid-phase supports to bind immunoreagents. Enzymes are widely used as labels in immunoassays and their use with colourimetric, fluorimetric, and chemiluminescent detection systems is described. The use of enzymes as labels reflects the move away from radioisotopes and one of the most powerful non-radioisotope procedures is the time-resolved fluorescence assay. Enzymes can also be used as a simple method of obtaining high performance from immunodiagnostics and this application is covered later in the book. The next set of techniques to be described are light scattering techniques, which can be used in either simple manual assays or in sophisticated automated procedures. The penultimate chapter describes the principles of automation of immunodiagnostic tests. The last topic to be discussed is that of quality assurance. Immunodiagnostic tests are analytical methods that use antibodies as reagents whose results are used to aid diagnosis and are widely used in many scientific disciplines and in many different ways. Perhaps the most widespread and obvious use is in clinical applications, but immunodiagnostic tests are also used in other fields such as forensic science and environmental and food analysis. The different types of test range from simple manual methods to fully automated systems with sophisticated integrated detection. Immunodiagnostics: A Practical Approach starts off by explaining the principles and development of immunodiagnostic tests, specifically the use of radioisotopes as tracers. Chapter 2 explains the use of solid-phase supports to bind immunoreagents. Enzymes are widely used as labels in immunoassays and their use with colourimetric, fluorimetric, and chemiluminescent detection systems is described. The use of enzymes as labels reflects the move away from radioisotopes and one of the most powerful non-radioisotope procedures is the time-resolved fluorescence assay. Enzymes can also be used as a simple method of obtaining high performance from immunodiagnostics and this application is covered later in the book. The next set of techniques to be described are light scattering techniques, which can be used in either simple manual assays or in sophisticated automated procedures. The penultimate chapter describes the principles of automation of immunodiagnostic tests. The last topic to be discussed is that of quality assurance.


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Autoantibodies and Autoimmunity: Molecular Mechanisms in Health and Disease


Publisher: Wiley-VCH
Number Of Pages: 633
Publication Date: 2006-03-10
Sales Rank: 1754949
ISBN / ASIN: 3527311416
EAN: 9783527311415
Binding: Hardcover
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This is the first book to address all aspects of the biology of autoantibodies in a single volume, including a discussion of immunology, experimental models, clinical aspects, and the use of autoantibodies as probes in molecular and cellular biology.
The editor, currently professor at the W.M. Keck Autoimmune Disease Center of The Scripps Research Institute, has assembled an all-star team of authors to report on the latest research, technologies, and applications. Following an introductory chapter, the book goes on to cover such topics as cellular mechanisms of autoantibody production, clinical and diagnostic usefulness in human disease, and animal models used to study the elicitation of autoantibodies. The whole is rounded off with a look at future perspectives.
With its comprehensive coverage, this volume will appeal not only to immunologists and clinicians but also to cell and molecular biologists.


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Essential Clinical Immunology


Publisher: Blackwell Publishing, Incorporated
ISBN: 0632049723
Format: PDF
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The fourth edition of this highly popular book has been extensively revised. The first chapter, a revision of the immune system, has been updated to provide the 'nitty-gritty' a student or trainee needs to know in order to understand diseases that have an immunological basis. The rest of the book's focus is clinical but covers the underlying pathophysiology of disease so that the reader is left with a lasting grasp of the basis of symptoms, signs, special investigations and management of the patient. It will be of great value to medical students and postgraduate trainees who require a thorough knowledge of the rapidly expanding number of diseases that have an immunological basis.Other features of the book include:- Selected case-histories that cover key learning points- Questions (multiple choice) and answers to help test understanding- Updates on immune diseases, immunotherapy and transplantation- New sections on chemokines and their role in inflamation, viral infections and much, much more- A dedicated website that provides updates, further case-histories and references together with short commentary on evidence for new or controversial statements in the text.

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Making and Using Antibodies: A Practical Handbook
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»Book Publisher: CRC (13 December, 2006)
»ISBN: 0849335280
»Book author: Gary C. Howard, Matthew R. Kaser
»Amazon Rating: 5.0

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Written for professionals in biomedical research, Making and Using Antibodies: A Practical Handbook presents methods for the production, characterization, and use of antibodies. It takes readers step-by-Medical Heaven › — WordPressp from antigen preparation to immunizations, adjuvants, screening, purification, storage, and application. Introductory material preceding each chapter gives readers the necessary background. It covers basic techniques including enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), Western blotting, immunohistochemistry, and flow cytometry.


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Practical Immunology 4th Ed free download

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Author(s): Frank C. Hay
Date : January 28, 2002
Format : PDF
Language : English
ISBN-10 : 0865429618
Practical Immunology is a basic text aimed at immunology students and researchers at all levels who need a comprehensive overview of the methodology of immunology. The rapid and startling innovations in immunology over the past two decades have their root in sound experimental practice and it has always been the aim of this book to educate researchers in the design and performance of complex techniques. It will appeal to students of immunlogy, graduate students embarking on bench science, or specialized immunologists who need to use an immunological technique outside their sphere of expertise. The book gives straightforward descriptions of the most common techniques that are referred to, but not always well explained, in the current literature. Tips for improving the techniques, troubleshooting and other handy bits of advice make it more than just a book of standard protocols. Where possible, the techniques are explained in such a way that the purchase of specialist kits is avoidable. For those who are a little rusty on their basic immunology the book also gives background information, making it the only "one stop shop" around. Practical Immunology tells you how to do the basic techniques that form the anatomy of experimental immunology. This latest edition has been fully revised to include the basic techniques of molecular biology, with a revised section on cytokines, an expanded section on clinical immunology and new techniques in epitope mapping and the study of cell adhersion molecules.


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Basic Immunology - Functions and Disorders of the Immune System
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The Second Edition has been revised to reflect new advances in your understanding of the immune system and to improve on the presentation of information in ways most useful to students and teachers. We have been extremely gratified by how weel the first edition of Basic Immunology has been received by students in the courses that we teach, and the guiding principles on which the book is based have not changed from the fisrt edition. [...]


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Medical Immunology, Sixth Edition

Medical Immunology, Sixth Edition



Informa Healthcare | English | 2007-03-28 | ISBN: 0849396964 | 465 pages | PDF | 10,5 MB



With an abundance of illustrations, diagrams, and algorithms for a reader-friendly review of critical material, this Sixth Edition is fully updated and revised to clearly update and explore current diagnostic and clinical applications of immunology, as well as strategies for the modulation of immune response and the treatment of hypersensitivity, autoimmune response, and immune deficiency conditions. Organized into four sections that review clinical applications, methodological advances, immunological diseases, and cutting edge interventions, this guide leads readers through state-of-the-sciences technologies and demonstrates their implementation in day-to-day clinical practice.



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Robert R. Rich MD - Clinical Immunology: Principles and Practice (Rich, Clinical Immunology)

Robert R. Rich MD - Clinical Immunology: Principles and Practice (Rich, Clinical Immunology)
1616 pages | Mosby | 2008 | ISBN: 0323044042 | PDF | 123 Mb

Written and edited by international leaders in the field, this book has, through two best-selling editions, been the place to turn for authoritative answers to your toughest challenges in clinical immunology. Now in full color and one single volume, the 3rd Edition brings you the very latest immunology knowledge - so you can offer your patients the best possible care. The user-friendly book and the fully searchable companion web site give you two ways to find the answers you need quickly...and regular online updates keep you absolutely current.


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Encyclopedia of Immunology

Encyclopedia of Immunology (4-Volume Set)

Academic Press; (July 15, 1998) | ISBN-10: 0122267656 | 6233 Pages | PDF | 209 MB

With more than 700 expert authors from 22 different countries, the Encyclopedia of Immunology, Second Edition is the largest comprehensive reference source of current immunological knowledge available. It provides a broad scope and high level of expertise to the many aspects of the field of immunology and related areas, including microbiology, virology, and parasitology.

Arranged into 31 subject areas with extensive cross-referencing and subject indexes in each volume, the Encyclopedia is easy-to-use for virtually any researcher, regardless of his or her field. Concise definitions of the subject area also introduce each entry. The Second Edition includes timely and thorough updates for all articles from the First Edition, more than 60 new entries, a glossary of immunological terms in each volume, a total of 500 figures and tables, and new color plates sections.


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Kuby Immunology


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Amherst College, MA. Immunology textbook for students. Previous edition, c1997, was titled Immunology, by Janis Kuby.
Presents a current and comprehensive introduction to the principles and research in the field. Color highlighting and illustrations. DNLM: Immune System–immunology.

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