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Subversion of Immune Cell Signalling by Parasites

Subversion of Immune Cell Signalling by Parasites

Volume 41. Symposia of the British Society for Parasitology

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W. Harnett, L. H. Chappell, H. S. Goodridge, M. M. Harnett, I. R. Haga, A. G. Bowie, D. J. Gregory, M. Olivier, F. Dessauge, R. Lizundia, G. Langsley,T. Nebl, M. J. de Veer, L. Schofield
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  • Date Published: February 2006
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521684866

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  • One of the most studied fields within the discipline of parasitology is immunoparasitology. The main emphasis is understanding the interaction between the host immune system and the invading parasite in order that information can be gained to aid parasite control and hence improve human health. The articles contained within this volume were produced by speakers (and their colleagues) at the 2004 British Society for Parasitology Autumn Symposium on 'Subversion of immune cell signalling by parasites'. Together they provide an introduction to the topic as well as detailed insights into the immune subversion mechanisms employed by eukaryotic parasites.

    • Written by experts in the field
    • Contains clear introduction to the topic
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    • Date Published: February 2006
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521684866
    • length: 76 pages
    • dimensions: 298 x 5 x 210 mm
    • weight: 0.32kg
    • contains: 1 colour illus. 2 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    List of contributors
    Preface W. Harnett and L. H. Chappell
    Introduction to immune cell signalling H. S. Goodridge, M. M. Harnett
    Evasion of innate immunity by vaccinia virus I. R. Haga and A. G. Bowie
    Subversion of host cell signalling by the protozoan parasite Leishmania D. J. Gregory and M. Olivier
    Constitutively activated CK2 potentially plays a pivotal role in Theileria-induced lymphocyte transformation F. Dessauge, R. Lizundia and G. Langsley
    Stimulation of innate immune responses by malarial glycosylphophatidylinositol via pattern recognition receptors T. Nebl, M. J. de Veer and L. Schofield
    Subversion of immune cell signal transduction pathways by the secreted filarial nematode product, ES-62 W. Harnett, H. S. Goodridge and M. M. Harnett.

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    William Harnett, University of Glasgow

    Les Chappell, University of Aberdeen

    Contributors

    W. Harnett, L. H. Chappell, H. S. Goodridge, M. M. Harnett, I. R. Haga, A. G. Bowie, D. J. Gregory, M. Olivier, F. Dessauge, R. Lizundia, G. Langsley,T. Nebl, M. J. de Veer, L. Schofield

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