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The Lymphocyte

Author : John J. Marchalonis
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Excerpta Medica

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Monthly, annual cumulation. References to significant articles from worldwide, biomedical journals. Classified arrangement. Entries included bibliographical information and authors' addresses. Subject, author indexes.

The Lymphocyte

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The Lymphocyte

Author : Charles G. Craddock
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The Lymphocytes

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Mechanisms of Lymphocyte Activation and Immune Regulation VI

Author : Sudhir Gupta
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Since programmed cell death was first described in insects in 1964 and apoptosis was described in 1972, rapid progress has been made in understanding the basic mechanisms and genes regulating programmed cell death and apoptosis. In addition, defects in various genes regulating programmed cell death have been delineated in several experimental models of human diseases. This volume surveys various aspects of these rapidly developing areas of research in programmed cell death/apoptosis. This volume should be of interest to basic immunologists and molecular biologists. The volume begins with a historical perspective of cell death. The remainder of the volume is divided into four different parts. Part I deals with the signaling pathways in apoptosis, including cell cycle control of apoptosis, role of ceramide in apoptosis, role of antibody signaling, and biochemical regulation of apoptosis. The mechanisms for recognition of apoptotic lymphocytes by macrophages are also reviewed. Part II examines the role of various genes that regulate apoptosis, including the role ofFas, FasL, and other TNF family members in apoptosis and homeostatic regulation of immune response. Recently described splice variants and their influence on apoptosis are also reviewed, and the role of the members of the Bcl-2 family in apoptosis is discussed in detail. Part III reviews various aspects of apoptosis in B lymphocytes, including mechanisms that regulate apoptosis/survival of B lymphocytes and the regulation of Fas-mediated apoptosis in B lymphocytes.

The Effect of Neutrons on Thymic and Circulating Lymphocytes in the Mouse

Author : R. E. Carter
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Lymphocyte Development

Author : Shiv Pillai
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"Lymphocyte Development" presents an extremely up-to-date account of molecular processes involved in the development of lymphocytes. This well written book is based on a graduate course taught by the author. Topics include the selection processes involved in lymphocyte maturation, immune receptor gene rearrangement, signaling pathways involved in cell cycle progression and apoptosis, and the transcriptional regulation of lymphoid ontogeny. The book also covers T cell development and differentiation of helper and cytotoxic T cells as well as the development of Natural Killer lymphocytes. The book finishes with an account of the molecular basis of immunodeficiency syndromes. It will interest researchers in immunology and it will be useful as a supplementary text for a graduate level immunology course.

Lymphocyte Signaling Proteins in B Cell Leukemogenesis

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Regulatory Mechanisms in Lymphocyte Activation

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Regulatory Mechanisms in Lymphocyte Activation covers the proceedings of the 11th Leukocyte Culture Conference, held at the Arizona Medical Center, University of Arizona on September 19-23, 1976. The contributors cover the various aspects of the conference theme ""Regulatory Mechanisms in Lymphocyte Activation."" This book is organized into 15 parts encompassing 160 chapters. The three symposium parts discuss the parameters of lymphocyte activation, positive regulation, and suppression. Considerable sections explore the membrane determinants and receptors; major histocompatibility complex; lymphocyte response; and kinetics of DNA synthesis and cell proliferation in lymphocyte activation. Other general topics covered include subpopulations of immune reactive cells, leukocyte separation techniques, cell interactions, and ontogeny of lymphocytes. The remaining parts consider the leukocyte regulatory mechanisms and issues in lymphocytotoxicity. Immunologists and cell biologists will find this book invaluable.