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by Kenneth M. Murphy,Paul Travers

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2013 · 4. 7 MB · 5,848 Downloads ·English. by by Kenneth M. Murphy & Casey Weaver. Janeway’s Immunobiology is intended for undergraduate and graduate courses and for medical students. 78 MB·30,609 Downloads. June 1st, 2017 - Book Summary Janeway's Immunobiology is a textbook for students studying.

The original volumes of Janeway were deservedly considered classics. If someone is looking to get a more cursory education of the immune system, I would certainly recommend THAT book, and certainly not THIS book.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. The original volumes of Janeway were deservedly considered classics. They disrupted the paradigm of texty, word-heavy tomes in favor of refreshingly simple, comprehensive, coherent diagrams. For what it is though, this is certainly a winner of a textbook.

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As an introductory text, students will appreciate the book's clear writing and informative illustrations, while advanced students and working immunologists will appreciate its comprehensive scope and depth. Immunobiology presents immunology from a consistent point of view throughout-that of the host’s interaction with an environment full of microbes and pathogens.

Paul Travers MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, Edinburgh. 1-3 The immune system is activated by inflammatory inducers that indicate the presence of pathogens or tissue damage.

Janeway’s Immunobiology is a textbook for students studying immunology at the undergraduate, graduate, and medical school levels. As an introductory text, students will appreciate the book's clear writing and informative illustrations, while advanced students and working immunologists will appreciate its comprehensive scope and depth. Paul Travers MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, Edinburgh. 6. 1-4 The myeloid lineage comprises most of the cells of the innate immune system.

IMMUNOBIOLOGY 7 PB (Janeway's Immunobiology) (IMMUNOBIOLOGY: THE IMMUNE SYSTEM (JANEWAY)). Murphy, Paul Travers, Mark Walport.

Janeway's Immunobiology, Seventh Edition is an introductory text for use in immunology courses for undergraduates, graduate students and medical students. It guides the reader through the immune system in all its aspects - from the first engagement of innate immunity to the generation of the adaptive immune response and its clinical consequences. The Seventh Edition has been comprehensively updated throughout, and includes new information on topics such as NK cells, Toll-like receptors, AID, viral evasins, mucosal immunity, and celiac disease, to name a few. Each copy of the book includes a revised CD-ROM, Immunobiology Interactive, which contains animations and videos with voiceover narration, as well as the figures from the text for presentation purposes. Janeway's Immunobiology continues to set the standard for currency and authority with its clear writing style and organization, full-color art program, scientific accuracy and consistent viewpoint - that of the host's interaction with an environment containing many species of potentially harmful microorganisms.

Comments: (7)

Totally in love with this book. I really like paperback textbooks because they make carrying them around and folding the book to focus on one side at a time very easy. The chapters are not humongous and the text is spaced well. The pages don't seem overcrowded and the illustrations definitely aid in the understanding of the material. I found this book to be fun to read and great for an introductory level immunology course.
As a grad student with zero immunological background working on a lot of immunology, I finally got fed up with not understanding the jargon and bought this book. It's the best money I've spent on school yet! There are extensive figures and legends that reiterate concepts, and the appendices are bar non. There is an appendix that includes every cytokine, its function, and what diseases deficiencies or knock-outs of the cytokine result in (a life-saver for me!). I highly, highly recommend it, despite its VERY human emphasis and the fact that I work on various, non-model (mouse, etc) species.
Used this book as a medical student (with no particular interest for immunology). As a general reference (or in my case a required text) for a medical student this book is far too detailed oriented for anything most will see on Step exams or in clinical practice (unless oncology/heme/immuno/rheum is your destination). Graphics and pictures are vivid and helps to distract from the frequently dense text.
I was going to write a so-so review for the 6th edition, and then got the 7th edition, and they've fixed all the things that were concerning me. Now it seems they have an excellent text bar none.

It is extremely comprehensive for the upper division undergraduate and introductory graduate levels immunology classes. Medical applications are included throughout, as well as interesting and helpful historical material.

One small negative, they err on the side of including a lot of detail. I would have liked them to filter out some of the more detailed sequence of interactions, or they could have put it to the side as a box. Please try that in the next edition.

They ommitted much of the research stuff that other texts sometimes includes. For example, some texts go to great lengths introducing a research question which takes up pages and pages just to make a point of something that is currently relevant. This book discusses the research process but not too much. I like that. Others may not.

Extremely readible, top marks for copious, well done and informative illustrations.

Other's mention the sequence of the chapters. It didn't seem to be an issue, but it may just be me.

My criticism of the previous edition was bad editing. It made the book hard to read to the point where some major issues were incomprehensible just because of the writing/editing. That has been fixed. Some books crank out new editions with just a new cover and higher price. The 7th edition is a big step forward.
I had long been wanting to pick up this book since I heard that it is by far the best immunology book out there. The great things about this book are that it is in full color, has great illustrations/pictures, and is very comprehensive. It also contains a lot of content on immunological diseases.

The book also comes with a CD that contains videos to help explain concepts. The CD also contains a digital copy of every image in the book (which is great if you want to use the images for a ppt).

If you read the book in sequence you will find it jumps around a lot but this is mostly because you need to understand things at a base level before they can get into more difficult concepts. This can be frustrating but you just have to stick with it - things will all make sense eventually. Problem is, if you're jumping around from chapter to chapter (like you would be doing in a lot of classes) sometimes it is a bit hard to follow (eg. you feel like you missed something, and this is because you probably did...).

One of the downsides is that it is a softcover (not a major pitfall but having the choice is nice, and if you plan on keeping it for a while or carrying it around this is helpful). Another thing to note about this book is that it does expect you to have a biology background. You're not going to find an overabundance of basic cell biology in this book, so it is aimed at a senior undergrad/grad level audience.

Someone earlier complained about shipping problems - my book came really fast (within a couple of days) and it was wrapped in the original plastic so it was in perfect condion.
this is a really good buy, my teacher sucked at lecturing but he recommended the best book in the field. I read this like crazy and i did really well in my undergraduate immunology class and also in my dental school immunology class. Really worth the read since it introduces the material in layers (first broadly and then gets really specific). The images may not be the best compared to other books but it is easy to read and known to be the best book out there. The cd is trash, go ahead an trough it away to make the book lighter. Also there is space in the side for taking notes.
The author does a great job of explaining the material, and the illustrations are very helpful. I'd recommend this to anyone who wants a good introduction to immunology. I always felt this was the most difficult topic in all of biology, but this book helped me understand the immune system and how it operates. A great read!!!
Let me begin by saying that I do not review products ever. I just wanted to say how fast and precise the shipping was along with quality and ease of use of this item. Thank you for a great product.
Janeway's Immunobiology (Immunobiology: The Immune System (Janeway)) download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Kenneth M. Murphy,Paul Travers
ISBN: 0815341237
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Garland Science; 7 edition (November 27, 2007)
Pages: 928 pages