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Invertebrate Immune Responses: Cell Activities and the Environment

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Series: Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology Volume: 24

Edited By: EL Cooper

249 pages, 44 figs

Springer-Verlag

Hardback | Dec 1996 | #53227 | ISBN: 354059468X
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Contents

From the contents: In seven comprehensive reviews, the following topics are covered: Interactions between cells and integration of cell activities: A functional immune system after antigenic challenge: Comparative biology of the x2-macroglobulin-based immune system.- Evidence for invertebrate inflammatory cytokines.- Lectins.- Models of natural and induced molecules in invertebrates.- Histocompatibility reactions in invertebrates.- The environment: The consequences of connections and missed signals: Parasite-invertebrate host immune interactions.- Environmental pollution and toxicity in invertebrates.- The invertebrate neuroendocrine and immune systems.

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