Immunology and Evolution of Infectious Disease
by Steven A. Frank
Publisher: Princeton University Press 2002
Number of pages: 359
This is a rich source of ideas for scientists working in immunology and molecular biology as well as evolution. . . . Newcomers are offered a comprehensive introduction to basic questions of immunology, as well as a synthesis that cuts across large areas of biology. Specialists will find detailed discussions of specific infectious agents from a highly original, evolutionary perspective, and inspiration for future research.
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