Adaptive immunity and genetics of the host immune response

Craig Roberts, Riccardo Gazzinelli, Imtiaz Khan, D Nowakowska, Rima McLeod

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Abstract

This chapter covers various topics of adaptive immunity genetics including: mouse genetic studies, Studies in humans concerning genes
that confer resistance or susceptibility and use of murine models with human transgenes, Influence of parasite strain in immune response and disease, Immunological control in humans and Pregnancy and congenital disease
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationToxoplasma gondii
Subtitle of host publicationThe Model Apicomplexan: Perspectives and Methods
EditorsLouis Weiss, Kami Kim
Pages609-720
Edition1st
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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Keywords

  • adaptive immunity
  • genetics
  • host immune response
  • toxoplasma gondii

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Roberts, C., Gazzinelli, R., Khan, I., Nowakowska, D., & McLeod, R. (2007). Adaptive immunity and genetics of the host immune response. In L. Weiss, & K. Kim (Eds.), Toxoplasma gondii: The Model Apicomplexan: Perspectives and Methods (1st ed., pp. 609-720)