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Practical Approach Series #177: Immunochemistry 2: A Practical Approachby A. P. Johnstone
Synopses & Reviews
Immunochemistry is of immense importance to virtually all areas of modern biology and medicine. Immunochemistry I and its companion volume, Immunochemistry II, offer a comprehensive compendium of the latest techniques in immunochemistry in a clear and accessible format. Volume II describes step-by-step methods for the measurement of immunologically relevant molecules, the use of antibodies as highly specific analytical probes, and as separation tools in fluorescence, blotting, and affinity chromatography. It includes chapters on the measurement of antibody affinity, solid phase assays of avidity, the use of synthetic peptides and liposomes in immunology, immunofluorescence and immunoenzyme histochemistry, confocal laser scanning microscopy, flow cytometry, the analysis of adhesion molecules, immunochemical assays for complement components, and assays for complement receptors. Each chapter includes clear technical advice, hints and tips, and sample results to help insure practical success. As such, these two volumes will be a valuable resource for all researchers in immunology, biochemistry, and medicine.
'Here is a new edition of a widely acclaimed account of the great historical controversies in geology--a book that covers many of the most important ideas that have emerged since the birth of the subject. This edition includes a new chapter on the emergence of stratigraphy in the nineteenth
focusing on controversies surrounding the Cambrian-Silurian and Devonian. Another new chapter reviews the mass extinction theory, which is still under heated debate. Other chapters have been revised to reflect recent developments and changes in the field.'
Table of Contents
v. 1. Immunochemistry 1 — v. 2. Immunochemistry 2.
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