The immunoglobin gene complex is responsible for generating an extraordinary wide range of antibodies, each possessing a unique antigen specificity. The Second Edition of Immunogobulin Genes provides an account of the organization, function, rearrangement, and expression of these and related genes.
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"Compelling reading...It is probably the best available account of this fascinating and important subject." -- CELL BIOCHEMISTRY AND FUNCTION
"Will be of great use to those just beginning a career in immunology or those in other fields wishing to familiarize themselves with the subject" -- TRENDS IN BIOCHEMICAL SCIENCES
From the Reviews of the First Edition " An enormous amount of material condensed in [one] book. It is useful for advanced students or postdocs who want to gain access to the field, as well as researchers in the field who wish to check up on a particular aspect and/or find a quick way into the corresponding literature." -- IMMUNOLOGY TODAY
Edited by Dr. Tasuku Honjo and Dr. Frederick W. Alt
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Book Description Academic Press, 1989. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 2. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0123548659