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The serious student of immunology will find this volume of great value. It is composed of seventeen chapters by as many authors and is divided into two parts—five chapters in Part I: Function of the antigen; and twelve chapters in Part II: Function of the host. For the most part the authors are knowledgeable investigators writing in areas in which they have made research contributions.
The chapters vary widely in sophistication, completeness of coverage of pertinent research, and in acknowledging the work of other investigators. They also vary considerably in literary style. An example of outstanding style is the chapter
Immunogenicity.. Ann Intern Med. 1973;78:168. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-78-1-168_1
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