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ISBN-10: 0470718935

ISBN-13: 9780470718933

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Content:
Chapter 1 Chairman's starting comments (pages 1–4): Arnold R. Rich
Chapter 2 The Proteins of the Tubercle Bacillus (pages 5–13): M. Stacey
Chapter three Chemical constitution and organic job of Mycolic Acids (pages 14–40): J. Asselineau and E. Lederer
Chapter four Mycobactin: A progress issue for Acid?Fast Bacilli (pages 41–54): F. L. Rose and G. A. Snow
Chapter five Polysaccharide parts of the Tubercle Bacillus (pages 55–68): M. Stacey
Chapter 6 Granuloma?Producing homes of man-made Fatty Acids (pages 69–86): J. Ungarm
Chapter 7 Early Tissue Reactions to Tubercle bacilli and Their items (pages 87–101): A. A. Miles
Chapter eight Succinic Dehydrogenase job in Tuberculous Animals (pages 102–114): S.P. Martin, S.N. Chaudhuri, C.D. Cooper and R. Green
Chapter nine Biochemical elements that can impact the destiny of Tubercle Bacilli in Tissues (pages 115–130): James G. Hirsch
Chapter 10 Bacterial elements involved within the Early part of an infection (pages 131–143): Hubert Bloch
Chapter eleven Serological job of varied Fractions of tradition Filtrates of the Tubercle Bacillus (pages 144–162): Stephen V. Boyden and Ernst Sorkin
Chapter 12 The Serology of Tubercle Polysaccharides (pages 163–173): C. N. Iland and D.B. Peacock
Chapter thirteen The Chemical Nature of the Lipoidal issue of the Tubercle Bacillus liable for the Induction of Tuberculous allergic reaction (pages 174–187): S. Raffei, J. Asselineaud. and E. Ledererd
Chapter 14 Tubercle Bacilli as Immunological Adjuvants (pages 188–197): R. L. Mayer
Chapter 15 Relation among progress Inhibitory estate of Monocytes for Tubercle Bacilli and hypersensitive reaction to Tuberculin: An in vitro examine (pages 198–210): Emanuesl Suter
Chapter sixteen Tuberculous allergic reaction and Desensitization (pages 211–224): George Brownlede and D. G. Madigan
Chapter 17 Tubercle Bacilli in contaminated Tissues Grown on Tissue tradition (pages 225–236): E. M. Brieger
Chapter 18 The position of Bacterial Multiplication within the institution of Immunity to Tuberculosis (pages 237–245): Hubert Bloch
Chapter 19 at the Mode of motion of Cortisone at the Pathogenesis of Tuberculosis and its Implications for the character of Genetic Resistance to the illness (pages 246–260): Max B. Lurie and Peter Zappasodi
Chapter 20 The Mechanism fascinated by bought Immunity to Tuberculosis (pages 261–282): Sidney Raffel
Chapter 21 Human Lung Tissue Reactions to the Tubercle Bacillus on the subject of Chemotherapy (pages 283–298): Georges Canetti
Chapter 22 effect of sure Surface?Active brokers at the Host?Parasite dating in Experimental Tuberculosis (pages 299–310): P. D'Arcy Hart and R. J. W. Rees
Chapter 23 the connection among the expansion standards and the Pathogenicity of Isoniazid?Resistant Mutants of Tubercle Bacilli: A learn of the function of Host body structure in Susceptibility to Infectious ailment (pages 311–339): G. Middlebrook
Chapter 24 A Pathogenetic courting among Tuberculosis and Leprosy: the typical Denominators within the Tissue reaction to Mycobacteria (pages 340–343): Max B. Lurie
Chapter 25 The Leprosy Bacillus and the Host response to It (pages 344–354): J. Lowe
Chapter 26 The response of the Host Tissue relating to Mycobacterium lepr? (pages 355–363): R. G. Cochrane
Chapter 27 Immunological and Physiological foundation of Immunization in Tuberculosis and Leprosy (pages 364–387): John H. Hanks

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