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Our collection of 32 books.

  • Biology of Myelomonocytic Cells
    Biology of Myelomonocytic Cells
    Edited by Anirban Ghosh
    ISBN 978-953-51-3124-3, Print ISBN 978-953-51-3123-6,
    Edited Volume
    170 pages, May, 2017
    Myelomonocytes are the multipotent cells in the stage of blood cell differentiation, which mainly comprise blood monocytes, tissue macrophages and subset of dendritic cells. Actually, their position and ability of judgement of the health of tissue or ...
  • Immunotherapy - Myths, Reality, Ideas, Future
    Immunotherapy - Myths, Reality, Ideas, Future
    Edited by Krassimir Metodiev
    ISBN 978-953-51-3106-9, Print ISBN 978-953-51-3105-2,
    Edited Volume
    412 pages, April, 2017
    This is another attempt of InTechOpen to continue the dissemination of international knowledge and experience in the field of immunology. The present book includes a number of modern concepts of specialists and experts in the field of immunotherapy, ...
  • Immunopathogenesis and Immune-based Therapy for Selected Autoimmune Disorders
    Immunopathogenesis and Immune-based Therapy for Selected Autoimmune Disorders
    Edited by Mourad Aribi
    ISBN 978-953-51-3022-2, Print ISBN 978-953-51-3021-5,
    Edited Volume
    180 pages, March, 2017
    The book Immunopathogenesis and Immune-Based Therapy for Selected Autoimmune Disorders is a synthesis work that discusses two main aspects of autoimmunity: Immunopathogenesis and therapeutic approaches essentially based on the immunotherapies. This b ...
  • Frontiers in Staphylococcus aureus
    Frontiers in <i>Staphylococcus aureus</i>
    Edited by Shymaa Enany and Laura E. Crotty Alexander
    ISBN 978-953-51-2982-0, Print ISBN 978-953-51-2981-3,
    Edited Volume
    232 pages, March, 2017
    Staphylococcus was first recognized as a human pathogen in 1880 and was named for its grape cluster-like appearance. In 1884, Staphylococcus aureus was identified and named for its vibrant golden color, which was later found to be the r ...
  • The Rise of Virulence and Antibiotic Resistance in Staphylococcus aureus
    The Rise of Virulence and Antibiotic Resistance in <i>Staphylococcus aureus</i>
    Edited by Shymaa Enany and Laura E. Crotty Alexander
    ISBN 978-953-51-2984-4, Print ISBN 978-953-51-2983-7,
    Edited Volume
    206 pages, March, 2017
    Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) is a growing issue both within hospitals and community because of its virulence determinants and the continuing emergence of new strains resistant to antimicrobiotics. In this book, we present the state ...
  • The Gut Microbiome - Implications for Human Disease
    The Gut Microbiome - Implications for Human Disease
    Edited by Gyula Mozsik
    ISBN 978-953-51-2751-2, Print ISBN 978-953-51-2750-5,
    Edited Volume
    110 pages, November, 2016
    In the last decades, the importance of gut microbiome has been linked to medical research on different diseases. Developments of other medical disciplines (human clinical pharmacology, clinical nutrition and dietetics, everyday medical treatments of ...
  • Microbial Biofilms - Importance and Applications
    Microbial Biofilms - Importance and Applications
    Edited by Dharumadurai Dhanasekaran and Nooruddin Thajuddin
    ISBN 978-953-51-2436-8, Print ISBN 978-953-51-2435-1,
    Edited Volume
    522 pages, July, 2016
    In the book Microbial Biofilms: Importance and applications, eminent scientists provide an up-to-date review of the present and future trends on biofilm-related research. This book is divided with four subdivisions as biofilm fundamentals, applicatio ...
  • Probiotics and Prebiotics in Human Nutrition and Health
    Probiotics and Prebiotics in Human Nutrition and Health
    Edited by Venketeshwer Rao and Leticia G. Rao
    ISBN 978-953-51-2476-4, Print ISBN 978-953-51-2475-7,
    Edited Volume
    392 pages, July, 2016
    Probiotic microorganisms are recognised as being beneficial for human health. Prebiotics are substrates that are used preferentially by the probiotic bacteria for their growth. A great deal of interest has been generated in recent years in identifyin ...