eBook Immunology download

by Janis Kuby

eBook Immunology download ISBN: 0716728680
Author: Janis Kuby
Publisher: W H Freeman & Co (Sd); 3rd edition (February 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 664
ePub: 1511 kb
Fb2: 1983 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Biological Sciences

Immunology by Janis Kuby will help students to get to grips with this important field.

Immunology by Janis Kuby will help students to get to grips with this important field. Hardcover: 664 pages.

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Title: Kuby Immunology Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Some years ago, the late Janis Kuby established the gold standard for college text books on immunology. Показать все 5 объявления с подержанными товарами. Although complex information is presented, Kuby's writing style is very easy to read. The book is logically organized with color illustrations, and a gold mine of basic information on immunology. All serious students of immunology, whether they are fledgling students or seasoned professionals-will find this book a must-have resource.

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By meeting the challenge of matching the pace of this fast-moving field, Janis Kuby has made sure her widely acclaimed text is the most up-to-date, accurate and useful introduction to immunology available. The Third Edition has been thoroughly reorganized and revised, with topics arranged into cohesive units. The book is divided into four sections each with an introduction, and chapter outlines and summaries are included for each chapter. A list of abbreviations is printed inside the front cover of the book. Features: Clinical applications of basic research highlighted, with extensive coverage of AIDS, cancer, transplant immunology, vaccines and immune responses to infectious diseases Clear demonstration of the interdisciplinary nature of the field Balanced coverage of the molecular and cellular levels of the body's immune processes Proof of how immunological paradigms evolve from experimental results No other text gives students such a thorough, carefully crafted introduction to this dynamic discipline. "...Immunology by Janis Kuby will help students to get to grips with this important field. It is a comprehensive account of the development and present state of the science clearly written and illustrated." New Scientist Website:
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As a first year graduate student of biology (having a significant molecular and cellular biology background), I have found Dr. Kuby's book to be excessively confusing. Ofcourse she knows the material well, but she explains it in the book almost with the assumption that students like myself already have a similar background as her's. It is chock full of areas that are poorly and incompletely explained (or not explained at all) and in several cases throughout the book, she even contradicts herself! It makes learning immunology difficult, because one finds themselves having the need to look in outside sources for better and more complete explanations for certain numbers of immunological processes that Dr. Kuby ignored clarifying in her book. Her explanations of proteins, chemicals, etc. are fine, however. But at no point in her book can one get a complete, comprehensive picture of how our immune system works as a whole; such as in interaction/activation of various immune cells with eachother. The only reason I gave this book two stars versus the lowest score of one star is because I did manage to learn a great deal from it. But in my opinion, anyone who wishes to learn immunology with a good understanding of its functionality in our bodies will find this book to be quite poor.
I read this text as a source for my immunology class and it helps me a lot. I love the way the author organizes the idea throughout the book. It is quite easy to follow and not too many complicated terms that are seen in many texts of the same field. The figures shown in the book are outstanding. I admit that immunology has never been my choice of field to study but this book really helps me pass this subject nicely and I count myself know a lot about immunology now. Try reading this book and you will know what I mean. Good luck!