Molecular basis for their role in human diseases malak kotb and john d fraser editors asm press washington of superantigens characterized from both bacteria and viruses their cellu lar interactions and disease associa tions the next 3 chapters deal with the 3 dimensional structure function and. Several chapters in section 4 describe in vitro and animal model systems for the study of diseases caused by superantigens including autoimmune disease neuropathology toxic shock and others superantigens molecular basis for their role in human diseases book review emerg infect dis serial on the internet 2008 may date cited. Covers the basic molecular mechanisms of superantigen action their structure and function and their role in human diseases explains the clinical consequences of superantigen intoxication and the latest therapeutic interventions to combat superantigen toxicity. Superantigens molecular basis for their role in human diseases malak kotb and john d fraser editors asm press washington dc usa 2007. Get this from a library superantigens molecular basis for their role in human diseases malak kotb john d fraser american society for microbiology the first comprehensive examination of these fascinating proteins ever published
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