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Immune sys- tem. Janeway, Charles. Based on: II.

P In providing the beginning student with a coherent, concise, and contemporary narrative of the mechanisms used by the immune system to control invading microbes, the emphasis has had to be on what we know, rather than how we know it.

In other words, our emphasis here is more on the work of nature than on the work of immunologists. Nevertheless, since the third edition of The Immune System was published in the work of immunologists has dramatically advanced the boundaries of knowledge. Following close behind the discovery of immunological mecha- nisms has been the rational design of new drugs and therapies based on this knowledge.

Other important developments have been an increasing under- standing of the numerous idiosyncrasies of human immune systems and the importance of studying immune-system cells in the tissues where they func- tion.

While working on this fourth revision of The Immune System I was not infrequently struck and excited by the extent to which phenomena that were loose ends in are now connected and making sense in ways that were unpredictable. As a result, substantial changes have been made in this fourth edition.

For readers and instructors familiar with the third edition, what fol- lows is a guide to the major changes. For those who are new to the book it will provide an overview of its contents. Chapter 1 provides a focused introduction to the cells and tissues of the immune system, and to their place and purpose within the human body.

Review of: Although perhaps not in the same location as the previous edition, you will still find the vast majority of figures and text with which you are familiar.

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Adopters of the previous edition can spruce up their course with the reorganized and revised fourth edition. For those instructors in the market for a new immunology textbook, they will find a clear and concise option in this edition.

The reorganization of topics in this latest edition clearly highlights key concepts that students felt were buried previously. This material is now covered in a total of five separate chapters.

Innate immunity is now divided into two chapters, immediate and induced, based on the temporal nature of the response to infection. This creates a clearer presentation of innate defense mechanisms, preformed barriers, and chemical defense mechanisms in the first, and pattern recognition, inflammation, and the acute phase response, along with a much improved presentation of natural killer NK cells, in the second.

A similar strategy for the adaptive immune response to infection allows for more focused in-depth discussions of three key topics: With the cleaner presentation of material comes significant decluttering in some areas. The introductory chapter is tidier.

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Gone are the adaptive immunity overview and stand-alone vaccination chapters. Still present are the core B-cell chapters and T-cell chapters, which received much-needed revision of the discussions of major histocompatibility complex, antigen processing and presentation, and T-cell-mediated immunity.

Likewise, chapters on immunodeficiency and autoimmunity are still present, but have been revised to focus on clinical aspects and mechanisms of induction, respectively. The one misstep in decluttering is the sole focus on the Type I IgE-mediated reaction in the discussion of hypersensitivity.Antigen Recognition by T Lymphocytes 6. The concise yet thorough account makes it an ideal read for the intended audience.

Elements of the Immune System and their Roles in Defense 2. Performance data can be used to tailor classroom discussion, activities, and lectures to address students' needs precisely and efficiently.

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ISBNs: paperback looseleaf pb ise. This material is now covered in a total of five separate chapters.

For readers and instructors familiar with the third edition, what fol- lows is a guide to the major changes. A similar strategy for the adaptive immune response to infection allows for more focused in-depth discussions of three key topics:

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