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Doody's Review ServiceReviewer: Bradley D. Freeman, MD (Washington University School of Medicine)
Description: This is a multiauthored text covering recent advances in nitric oxide research, focusing on the areas of the role of nitric oxide in tumor immunology and transplant rejection.
Purpose: The purpose is to take a multidisciplinary approach to nitric oxide research. Specifically, the editors are interested in the application of electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy as an investigative technique in this field.
Audience: This book would be of interest to investigators in the field of nitric oxide, both in general and particularly in the domains of transplantation and oncology.
Features: The text is divided into three broad areas: methodology, tumor immunology, and transplant rejection. The chapters in each of these areas are authoritatively and concisely written, covering the salient aspects of current nitric oxide research.
Assessment: This text provides comprehensive coverage of current topics in nitric oxide research. Further, it appears unique in that it applies electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy to nitric oxide investigation. For these two reasons, it would appear to be a useful addition to the library of the nitric oxide researcher.