Animal Models of Human Inflammatory Skin Diseases

Animal Models of Human Inflammatory Skin Diseases

by Lawrence S. Chan, Chan S. Chan
     
 

Includes a chapter on comparative histology and immunology Contains comprehensive information on a variety of animal models of inflammatory skin diseases Provides theoretical guidance in experimental animal modeling Supplies technical instruction in induction and assessment of experimental animal models of inflammatory skin diseases Presents information for

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Includes a chapter on comparative histology and immunology Contains comprehensive information on a variety of animal models of inflammatory skin diseases Provides theoretical guidance in experimental animal modeling Supplies technical instruction in induction and assessment of experimental animal models of inflammatory skin diseases Presents information for potential targets of immunological intervention Providing peer-reviewed chapters covering spontaneous and experimental animal models of inflammatory skin diseases, this book gives investigators in the biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences a guide for choosing animal models to test, at the in vivo level, the data they have derived from molecular biology at the in vitro level. The book covers general methods of experimental modeling, describing major methods of generating experimental animal models. It includes a detailed method of disease induction for each model, presents chapters on comparative histology and immunology, and disseminates information on the potential targets of disease intervention.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780849313912
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
11/28/2003
Pages:
584
Product dimensions:
7.20(w) x 10.30(h) x 1.44(d)

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