Genetics of Host and Parasite: Implications for Immunity, Epidemiology and Evolution - Parasitology No. 112 (Paperback)
  • Genetics of Host and Parasite: Implications for Immunity, Epidemiology and Evolution - Parasitology No. 112 (Paperback)

Genetics of Host and Parasite: Implications for Immunity, Epidemiology and Evolution - Parasitology No. 112 (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 11/09/1997
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This collection of articles, edited by D. Wakelin and D. Walliker include: Genetic variability in parasites and host-parasite interactions; Host genetics and infectious disease; T cell and cytokine basis of host variability in response to intestinal nematode infections; The role of MHC- and non-MHC-associated genes in determining the human immune response to malaria antigens; Influence of host and parasite genotypes on immunological control of Theileria parasites; Genetic susceptibility to leishmanial infections: studies in mice and man; Genetic susceptibility to malaria and other infectious diseases: from MHC to the whole genome. This volume is the specially commissioned supplement to the journal Parasitology, volume 112.

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521589369

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