The Immunology Methods Manual is a fully comprehensive sourcebook of methods and techniques, published in 4 volumes. Unique in its project-oriented rather than protocol-oriented approach, the manual contains both advanced methods and descriptions of basic protocols. These have been meticulously compiled, and carefully presented to guide day-to-day laboratory work, as well as the development of long-term strategies. This 4-volume manual will be essential not only for those who study the immune systems of man or mouse, but also for those applying methods to other species. It will answer the needs of Immunologists, Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biologists, students and advance researchers, and workers in clinical and diagnostic laboratories for a comprehensive and practical guide. Vital contact information will also encourage useful dialogue and interactions between authors and method-users. Led by Ivan Lefkovits, 5 internationally recognised Advisory Editors, over 35 expert Section Editors and over 350 authoritative and experienced authors have contributed to compile this practical guide to methods that work!Beug H, v Kirchbach A, Doerderlein G, Conscience JF, Graf T (1979) Chicken hematopoietic cells transformed by seven ... Dodge WH, Sharma S (1985) Serum -free conditions for the growth of avian granulocyte and monocyte clones and ... Vainio O, Ratcliffe MJH, Leanderson T (1986) Chicken T cell growth factor: use in the generation of a long term cultured T cell line and biochemical characterization.
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