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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Ruby Pawankar,Stephen T. Holgate,Lanny J. Rosenwasser
  • ISBN:
    4431993614
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    978-4431993612
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    Springer; 2010 edition (February 1, 2010)
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    800 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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MRC Clinical Professor of Immunopharmacology. Division of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology. University of Southhampton School of Medicine. Applying basic science to the clinical interface in allergy and asthma has been the guiding principle of Prof. Stephen Holgate's career. This has involved him in environmental and genetic epidemiology, physiology, cell and molecular biology of disease processes as they occur in humans.

Compare this with Allergy Frontiers: Epigenetics, Allergens, and Risk Factors, the present s- volume text with well over 150 contributors from throughout the world. This book captures the explosive growth of our specialty since the single-author textbooks referred to above. The unprecedented format of this work lies in its meticulous attention to detail yet comprehensive scope. For example, great detail is seen in manuscripts dealing with topics such as Exosomes, naturally occurring minimal antigen presenting units and Neuropeptide S receptor 1 (NPSR1), an asthma susceptibility gene.

Ruby Pawankar, Professor Stephen T. When I entered the field of allergy in the early 1970s, the standard textbook was a few hundred pages, and the specialty was so compact that texts were often authored entirely by a single individual and were never larger than one volume. Compare this with Allergy Frontiers: Epigenetics, Allergens, and Risk Factors, the present s- volume text with well over 150 contributors from throughout the world. This book captures the explosive growth of our specialty since the single-author textbooks referred to above

Allergy Frontiers book.

Allergy Frontiers book. The fifth volume is dedicated to therapy and prevention of allergies, including pharmacotherapy and allergen-specific immunotherapy, with novel aspects and special considerations for particular groups such as children, the elderly, and pregnant women. This book serves as a valuable tool for scientists and as a practical guide for clinicians working in the fields of allergy, asthma, and immunology.

Clinical Manifestations. by Lanny J. Rosenwasser and Stephen T. Holgate.

This book captures the explosive growth of our specialty since the single-author textbooks referred to above.

University of Missouri - Kansas City.

Books Categories v. 1. Epigenetics, allergens and risk factors.

v. Epigenetics, allergens and risk factors v. 2. Classification and pathomechanisms v. 3. Clinical manifestations v. 4. Diagnosis and health economics v. 5. Therapy and prevention v. 6. Future perspectives. Personal Name: Pawankar, Ruby. Personal Name: Holgate, S. T. Personal Name

When I entered the field of allergy in the early 1970s, the standard textbook was a few hundred pages, and the specialty was so compact that texts were often authored entirely by a single individual and were never larger than one volume. Compare this with Allergy Frontiers: Epigenetics, Allergens, and Risk Factors, the present s- volume text with well over 150 contributors from throughout the world. This book captures the explosive growth of our specialty since the single-author textbooks referred to above. The unprecedented format of this work lies in its meticulous attention to detail yet comprehensive scope. For example, great detail is seen in manuscripts dealing with topics such as “Exosomes, naturally occurring minimal antigen presenting units” and “Neuropeptide S receptor 1 (NPSR1), an asthma susceptibility gene.” The scope is exemplified by the unique approach to disease entities normally dealt with in a single chapter in most texts. For example, anaphylaxis, a topic usually confined to one chapter in most textbooks, is given five chapters in Allergy Frontiers. This approach allows the text to employ multiple contributors for a single topic, giving the reader the advantage of being introduced to more than one vi- point regarding a single disease.