Molecular and cellular mechanisms of neural-immune interactions a report of the 1992 FESN Study Group on Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Neural-Immune Interactions

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  • Immune system -- Physiology.,
  • Neuroimmunology.,
  • Nervous system -- Diseases -- Immunological aspects.,
  • Cell interaction.,
  • Cellular signal transduction.

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Statementchairmen, Floyd E. Bloom and Michael B.A. Oldstone ; [edited by Floyd E. Bloom, Iain L. Campbell and Lennart Mucke].
SeriesDiscussions in neuroscience -- v. 9, nos. 3-4, Discussions in neurosciences -- v. 9, nos. 3-4
ContributionsBloom, Floyd E., Campbell, Iain L., Mucke, Lennart.
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Pagination153 p. :
Number of Pages153
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Open LibraryOL20500862M

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