About the book
The book “Cell Interaction - Regulation of Immune Responses, Disease Development and Management Strategies” focuses on various immunological interactions that drive development of immunological responses to microbial infections. Key features will include the immune cell interactions at different anatomical locations and importance of immune cell interaction in determining an infection outcome. The book will cover the recent strategies to block the immune interactions that contribute for the pathological consequences. Further, it aims to address the recent technological and molecular advances in understanding these cellular interactions. It will also provide an overview on recent advances in understanding the cellular interactions for designing better therapeutic options, vaccines and adjuvants with minimal adverse or off-target effects as seen with conventional chemotherapeutics.
This book intends to provide a comprehensive overview of the different cellular interactions at molecular level that helps in better understanding disease pathogenesis. It will be significant for scientists and clinicians who intend to have an insight into the immunological interactions for understanding signaling pathways, disease intervention and immunotherapeutics.