Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Foreword -- Table of Contents -- PART ONE -- Cell Stimulation and Receptor Crosslinking -- Desensitization, Histamine Release and the Aggregation of IgE on Human Basophils -- Progress Toward Understanding the Molecular Details and Consequences of IgE-Receptor Crosslinking -- Two Distinct States of Crosslinked IgE Receptors that May Trigger and Terminate Secretion from RBL-2H3 Mast Cells -- A Molecular Basis for Immune Regulation: The Immunon Hypothesis -- Cell-Cell Adhesion Resembles Receptor Crosslinking -- B Cell Clonogenesis Induced by Anti-Immunoglobulin (Anti-Ig) and Interleukins -- Antigen Presentation and the Structure of AntigenicDeterminants -- Where Did the Macrophage Get the Antigen From? -- Statistics in Immunology and Biochemistry: An Application to T Cell Antigenic Sites -- Hydrophilicity, Solvent Accessibility and Location of AntigenicDeterminants in Proteins -- Dynamics of the Immune Response -- The Regulation of Lymphocyte Proliferation by Proliferating Lymphocytes: Is Lactate a Central Regulatory Element in the Immune System? -- Modeling Dynamical Aspects of the Immune Response: I.T Cell Proliferation and the Effect of IL-2 -- Role of Multistability in an Immune Response Model: A Combined Discrete and Continuous Approach -- Systematic Approach to Modeling Immune Response -- The Flow Topology of the Herzenberg Immunological Control Networks -- A Logical Dynamic Systems Approach to the Regulation of Antigen-Driven Lymphocyte Stimulation -- Decision Criteria and Coherence in the Regulation of the Immune Response -- Antibody Affinity Distribution-Based Models for Vaccine Potency -- On Immune Process Stochastic Structure -- Maturation of the Immune Response -- Maturation of the Immune Response via Adaptive Walks on Affinity Landscapes
Affinity Maturation and Ecological Succession: An Analogy Suggested by Computer Modeling -- Index
"The Advanced book program."
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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