B Cell Trophic Factors and B Cell Antagonism in Autoimmune Disease
Stohl W. (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Publication year: 2005
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Current Directions in Autoimmunity , Vol. 8
Editor(s): Theofilopoulos A.N. (La Jolla, Calif.)
VIII + 312 p., 36 fig., 4 in color, 11 tab., hard cover, 2005
The current volume covers the latest information on the functions of B cells in normal and disease states, and their therapeutic antagonism. Chapters cover cutting-edge topics from the basic to the clinical, including B cells in infection and autoimmunity, CD19-CD21 signal transduction complex, marginal zone B cell physiology and disease, B cell growth and differentiation, their role in rheumatoid arthritis, SLE treatment, the BAFF/APRIL system and B lymphocyte malignancies.
This book is recommended reading for cellular and molecular immunologists as well as for rheumatologists, hematologists and clinical immunologists, and all those interested in human diseases in which B cells play an important contributory role.