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An enormous proliferation of information occured in immunology during the 1960's. The purpose of this book was to condense and evaluate this information and present it in a form that would be useful to newcomers to the field or those who have been unable to keep up with all facets of the "information explosion." In most chapters this goal has been achieved.
There are 11 contributors, several of whom have made significant observations in experimental immunology, especially in the areas of antibody synthesis and immunoglobulin chemistry.
The opening chapters define the nature of immunity and present definitions and characteristics of
Biology of the Immune Response.. Ann Intern Med. 1971;74:461. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-74-3-461_2
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