First published in 1988: This comprehensive set is crucial to the basic understanding of the immune system and is an essential component of the design and implementation of improved immunization strategies. Contains authoritative reviews of cell migration research and addresses the is-sues of lymphocyte recirculation leading to inductive interactions, and the subsequent migration and homing of effector cells generated from these responses. Systemic migration of cells from the central and peripheral lymphoid organs, the dichotomy of behavior between systemic and mucosal lymphoid cell pools, and explanations sought for mechanisms mediating selectivity of migration and homing are covered. This set is of interest to problem oriented scientists.
1. Lymphocyte Traffic – Historical Perspectives and Future Directions
Delphine M.V. Parrott
2. A Tribute to W.L. Ford’s Permanent Contribution to Lymphocyte Recirculation
Eric B. Bell
3. Lymphocyte Migration in the Rat
Ann Ager and Mark T. Drayson
4. Migration of Cells from the Thymus to the Secondary Lymphoid Organs
5. The Role of the Spleen in Lymphocyte Migration
6. Antigen-Specific and Nonspecific Patterns of B-Lymphocyte Localization
Nicholas J. Ponzio and G. Jeanette Thorbecke
7. Lymphocyte Migration through Skin and Skin Lesions
Nevin J. Abernethy and John B. Hay
8. Migration of Neutrophils and Their Role in Elaboration of Host Defense
Ian G. Colditz, Roy L. Kerlin, and Dennis L. Watson
9. Dynamic Aspects of Lymphoid Cell Migration
Clifford A. Ottaway
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