55 Best Books on Immunology

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We have compiled a list of the Best Reference Books on Immunology, which are used by students of top universities, and colleges. This will help you choose the right book depending on if you are a beginner or an expert. Here is the complete list of Immunology Books with their authors, publishers, and an unbiased review of them as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase them. If permissible, you can also download the free PDF books on Immunology below.

1. Immunology

1."Immunology" by Roitt I and Male Brostoff
“Immunology” Book Review: The book contains newer illustrations of clinical approaches in cancer immunology, transplantation, autoimmunity, hypersensitivity, in the form of diagrams to make the topic more understandable. Keeping in mind, the latest syllabus of various universities in India, topics like AIDS, cancer, transplant immunology, vaccines and immune responses to infectious diseases are included in this book and a detailed description is also provided by the author. A large number of solved numerical examples drawn from various university examinations have been given at the end of the theoretical part of each chapter.

2."Immunology" by Kuby J
“Immunology” Book Review: This book is mainly designed for GATE aspirants and also for those preparing for other competitive examinations as well as engineering students and teachers. It covers the topics of Immunity, Lymphoid Organs, Immune Cells, B Lymphocytes, T Lymphocytes, Antigens, Immunoglobulins, Immune Response, Humoral Immune Response, Cell Mediated Immune Response, Antigen Processing and Presentation widely. Also contained in it are exam patterns and latest research results which will give a wider scope for preparation. The book covers various concepts in it’s subsequent chapters on topics like Hypersensitivity, Tumour Immunology, Autoimmune Diseases, Immunity to Infections, Vaccines. Advanced concepts like cells, organs, and major receptor molecules – as well as initiation and actions of the immune response are also covered in the book. Each chapter contains various descriptions, examples, laws and important points in order to make the revision easier.

3."Immunology" by Dulsy Fatima and N Arumugam
“Immunology” Book Review: This book is targeted for undergraduate level students and the concepts are explained in a simple and concise manner. The chapters are covered in a logical way, and there are a wide range of solved examples given in the book. Topics like AIDS, cancer, transplant immunology, vaccines and immune responses to infectious diseases and various problems dealing with it are dealt in this book. Diagrams provided in this book are clear and error free. There are standard and simple procedures used for deriving equations and it contains ample number of solved examples. This book is mainly for chemical as well as mechanical engineering students.

4."Immunology (Oxford Higher Education)" by Raj Khanna
“Immunology” Book Review: This textbook deals with the special emphasis on the interdisciplinary nature of the field Balanced coverage of the molecular and cellular levels of the body’s immune processes so that the subject is perceived by the student as both a science and an art. The theories and explanations are supported by a large number of solved examples. Additional figures have also been added for the clarity and understanding of the book. Multiple choice questions and other pedagogically arranged questions are also provided to help students assess their subject knowledge. This book is designed primarily as a textbook for undergraduate and postgraduate students. It is also useful for undergraduate students of engineering.

5."Immunology" by Ramesh
“Immunology” Book Review: This book provides enough coverage, up to point solutions as well as sufficient exercises for the readers desiring to gain maximum knowledge after the completion of the book. Provided in the book are chapters on Immune Tolerance, Transplantation Immunology, Immunodeficiency Diseases, Immunohaematology, Immunoprophylaxis, Biosynthesis of Antibody, etc. Other important topics covered in the book include theory of cells, organs, and major receptor molecules – as well as initiation and actions of the immune response. Plethora of solved examples are included in every chapter of the book. Advanced concepts like Immunotechniques, Monoclonal Antibodies (MCAs), Scope of Immunology, Immune System of Fishes, Toll Like Receptors, are also covered extensively in the book. Students pursuing BA and B. Com courses(Pass and Honours) as well as post graduate students of Arts and Commerce can benefit from the book. Students preparing for various competitive examinations may also find it beneficial.

6."Immunology: A Textbook" by C V Rao
“Immunology” Book Review: This book contains topics like allergy, immunodeficiency disorders, transplantation and tumor immunology courses provided all over the country. This course is generally offered to students at the first to third graduate college year, preferably after elementary courses. It has also been revised from time-to-time to contain all the relevant changes happening each year. Chapters like ELISA and other immunological techniques like agglutination and precipitation are also provided in the subsequent chapters of the book.

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7."Kuby Immunology" by Thomas J Kindt and Barbara A Osborne
“Immunology” Book Review: This book is presented as a combination of analytical rigour as well as accessibility. New chapters such as Transplantation Immunology, Immunodeficiency Diseases, Immunohaematology, Immunoprophylaxis, Biosynthesis of Antibody, have been added to the existing edition of the book. Also provided in the book are a plethora of examples as well as exercise questions to practice as well as test the concepts grasped by the book. It also has all-round introduction to innate lymphoid cells, antibody-based therapies and antibody engineering, innate immunity and its components, the genetics of immunologically-based diseases and personalized medicine, and immunotherapeutic agents for the treatment of cancer with an excellent list of references and diagrams are also clearly labelled in the book. Students preparing for various competitive examinations as well as undergraduate students may find it fruitful.

8."Immunology, International Edition: With Student Consult Online Access" by Male
“Immunology” Book Review: This book provides a clear explanation on the topics like pattern recognition receptors (PRRs), structure and function of antibodies, major histocompatibility complex, antigen receptors of the adaptive immune system, cellular interactions that lead to activation of T and B lymphocytes, immune responses against various categories of pathogens in the book. This book is targeted for undergraduate engineering students enrolled in the course. Other important chapters contained in the book include clinical approaches in cancer immunology, transplantation, autoimmunity, hypersensitivity.

9."Textbook of Basic and Clinical Immunology" by Sudha Gangal
“Immunology” Book Review: This textbook deals with the elementary aspects of the Cells, Tissues and Organs of the Immune System, Antibodies, Complement, T Cell Receptors and MHC Molecules Section, Modes of Immune Response, Mechanisms of Innate Immunity, Mononuclear Phagocytes in Immune Defence, Antigen Presentation so that the subject is perceived by the student as both a science and an art. The theories and explanations are supported by a large number of solved examples. Additional figures have also been added for the clarity and understanding of the book. Multiple choice questions and other pedagogically arranged questions are also provided to help students assess their subject knowledge. This book is designed primarily as a textbook for undergraduate and postgraduate students. It is also useful for undergraduate students of engineering.

10."The Elements of Immunology" by Khan
“Immunology” Book Review: This book is designed in such a way that the readers will get to know more about this subject. It explains the concepts and terms in a detailed manner. The complex molecular mechanisms are explained using steps for proper understanding of students. The book has twenty chapters which cover the topic efficiently. There are tips and tricks to present interesting information without breaking the flow of the text. The key terms are highlighted for easy identification and recollection. Chapters cover microbiology techniques and fundamentals of the subject. The book presents the subject matter of innate lymphoid cells, antibody-based therapies and antibody engineering, innate immunity and its components, the genetics of immunologically-based diseases and personalized medicine, and immunotherapeutic agents for the treatment of cancer in a lucid. It covers the syllabus by almost all the universities. This book can be used by both undergraduate and graduate students and also the teachers alike. The end of the chapter exercises are provided under three categories namely descriptive, analytical and objective which will be highly useful to the readers to test their comprehension of the subject. The various processes of Concepts of Immunity, Cells of Immune system, Organs of the Immune system, Antigens, Antibodies, Antigen-Antibody interaction, Hypersensitivity, Autoimmunity Concepts are treated systematically and in a logical sequence. The methods of analysis and interpretation of Transplantation Immunology, Immunodeficiency Diseases, Immunohaematology, Immunoprophylaxis, Biosynthesis of Antibody,are presented in an unambiguous manner and their design applications are demonstrated through well formulated worked out examples.


2. Human Immunology

1."The Vaccine Race: How Scientists used Human Cells to Combat Killer Viruses" by Meredith Wadman
2."Handbook of Human Immunology, Second Edition" by Maurice R G O'Gorman and Albert D Donnenberg
“Handbook of Human Immunology, Second Edition” Book Review: This book is written for practicing clinicians, clinical laboratory professionals, and students looking for information about immunology. This book contains an overview of the immune system. The author provides information on topics like the role of cell receptors, accessory molecules, and cytokines. Other topics like statistics in immunological testing and applications and interpretations of immune tests are also included. This book contains explanations of laboratory tests along with more than 100 tables full of references, and up-to-date information on new developments in immunogenetics for better understanding.

3."Chemical Immunology: Human Basophils and Mast Cells - Clinical Aspects" by Gianni Marone and H. Renz
“Chemical Immunology: Human Basophils and Mast Cells – Clinical Aspects” Book Review: This book is written for practicing clinicians, clinical laboratory professionals, and students looking for information about immunology. This book contains a comprehensive survey of the most clinically relevant aspects of human basophils and mast cells and their mediators in health and disease. Topics like disorders, mastocytosis and respiratory and cutaneous allergy are elaborately explained in this book.

4."Chemical Immunology: Human Basophils and Mast Cells - Biological Aspects" by Gianni Marone and H Renz
“Chemical Immunology: Human Basophils and Mast Cells – Biological Aspects” Book Review: This book is written for practicing clinicians, clinical laboratory professionals, and students looking for information about basophils and mast cells. The author elaborately explains topics like ultrastructural and phenotypic characteristics of basophils and mast cells, fundamental biochemical aspects and production of cytokines in vitro and in vivo in this book. Other topics like activation under cytokine influence, interaction with the neuroimmune system and other inflammatory cells are also included.

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5."Human Antibody Therapeutics For Viral Disease (Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology)" by Scott K Dessain
6."The Immunology of Human Pregnancy (Contemporary Biomedicine)" by Henry Claman
7."Handbook of Immunohistochemistry and in Situ Hybridization of Human Carcinomas" by M A Hayat
“Handbook of Immunohistochemistry and in Situ Hybridization of Human Carcinomas” Book Review: This book is written for pathologists and molecular pathologists conducting both academic and/or clinical research. The author talks about the role of immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization technologies and cancer diagnosis. Topics like microdissection, benefits and limitations of each method and understanding of the molecular basis of disease are also included. This book also contains illustrations related to Immunohistochemical and in situ hybridization methods for better understanding.

8."Human Eosinophils: Biological and Clinical Aspects" by C Berek and Luciano Adorini
“Human Eosinophils: Biological and Clinical Aspects” Book Review: This book is written for professionals working in allergology, immunology, biochemistry and pulmonary medicine. This book contains a comprehensive survey of the major aspects of human eosinophilic biology and immunology. Topics like the production of cytokines and their role in the activation of eosinophils, hypereosinophilia, drug reactions, and some cardiovascular diseases are elaborately explained. Other topics like allergic disorders and the ultrastructural and phenotypic characteristics of human eosinophils are also included.

9."Long Non-coding RNAs in Human Disease (Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology)" by Kevin V Morris
“Long Non-coding RNAs in Human Disease (Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology)” Book Review: This book is written for scientists and clinicians looking for elaborate information on long non-coding RNAs in human diseases. The author talks about the roles of long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) in human cancers, cardiovascular disease and ageing. The author also examines the function of lncRNAs in diseases such as diabetes, smooth muscle formation and the modulation of nuclear receptors.

10."Human Vaccines: Emerging Technologies in Design and Development" by Kayvon Modjarrad Professor and Wayne C Koff
“Human Vaccines: Emerging Technologies in Design and Development” Book Review: This book is written for people looking for information about vaccinology. It is also useful to researchers and students with basic knowledge in immunology. Topics like molecular biology, biophysics, and informatics are elaborately explained in this book. The author introduces new topics in vaccine immunology in the context of vaccine design and production. The author also reviews the currently licensed vaccines that have utilized leading-edge technologies in this book.


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3. Molecular Immunology

1."Cellular and Molecular Immunology" by Abul K Abbas and Andrew H Lichtman
“Cellular and Molecular Immunology” Book Review: This book is written in a student friendly manner and introduces the field of cellular and molecular immunology. It contains all the latest advancements about this topic. It includes new and innovative information in this challenging area. It highlights the connection between immunologic science for the management of human disease. It includes colourful pictures and visuals describing the topics. The book explains the science of immunology at the molecular, cellular, and whole-organism levels. It contains experimental observations and conclusions for reference to the readers. It includes a summary at the end of each chapter for quick practice.

2."Cellular And Molecular Immunology: With Student Consult" by Abbas
“Cellular And Molecular Immunology: With Student Consult” Book Review: This explains in a simple and easy to understand language. It covers the latest developments in this rapid changing field. It covers antigen receptors and signal transduction in immune cells, mucosal and skin immunity and cytokines. It covers all the basics of cellular and molecular immunology.

3."Immunology and Molecular Diagnostics" by Jayanti Tokas
4."Manual of Molecular and Clinical Laboratory Immunology" by Barbara Detrick and Robert G Hamilton
“Manual of Molecular and Clinical Laboratory Immunology” Book Review: This book acts as a guide for the clinical immunology laboratory. It covers everything from basic serology testing to molecular analyses. It explains the rapid growth of the field of immunology in recent times. This book covers all the latest advancements in this field. It describes the diagnosis and treatment of patients with infectious and immune-mediated disorders. It also describes general and specific methodologies highlighting the interpretation of laboratory findings. It also lists the immunology of infectious diseases like specific pathogens autoimmune and immunodeficiency diseases, cancer, and transplantation. This book is useful to laboratory scientists working in clinical immunology laboratories and pathologists. It can be used by physicians, mid-level providers, medical students with an interest in the topic.

5."Tumor Immunology: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)" by Attilio Bondanza and Monica Casucci
“Tumor Immunology: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)” Book Review: This book covers the still untouched topics of tumor immunology and cancer immunology. It discusses the methods and techniques that experts in the field use in their laboratories. This book explains the rules governing tumor and cancer immunology. It also introduces the new technologies which are used to specifically target cancer cells. The chapters include introductions to topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents. It explains in a simple language and has tips and tricks for better understanding. This book is useful to scientists, clinicians and industry professionals interested in this field.

6."Contemporary Topics in Molecular Immunology" by R A Reisfeld
“Contemporary Topics in Molecular Immunology” Book Review: This book covers the new advancements in this rapidly developing field of immunology. The information included is a result of extensive research conducted by experts. It also explains immunoglobulin and its structure and function. The chapters cover analysis of concentration of IgD in body fluids in normal and disease states, studies of the ontogeny of surface IgD in animals and many more. The role of IgD on lymphocyte surfaces is discussed in terms of stimulating or suppressive combinations of signals. The book is concluded by presenting a model for plasma-cell differentiation.

7."The Molecular Immunology of Complex Carbohydrates (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)" by Albert M Wu and L Garry Adams
8."Molecular Immunology, Made Simple" by Shnawa Ibrahim
“Molecular Immunology, Made Simple” Book Review: This book is useful to biology and biomedical students and researchers. It introduces molecular immunology in an easy to understand language. The book also explains concepts like genetic molecules, immune molecules and molecular cells. This book is designed after extensive research and from graduates and postgraduate students.

9."The Molecular Immunology of Complex Carbohydrates ―2 (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)" by Albert M Wu
“The Molecular Immunology of Complex Carbohydrates ―2 (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)” Book Review: This book contains five sections which cover concepts from Protein-Carbohydrate Interactions of Plant and Animal Lectins, Aspects of Structure and Antigenicity of Glycoconjugates and Glycotope Expression (Glycosylation), Metabolism and Functions. It explains concepts like lectin-carbohydrate interactions and classification of lectins. This book is useful to students of medical courses.


4. Applied Immunology

1."Applied Immunology" by Benjamin Abraham Thomas
2."Applied Immunology the Practical Applic" by Abraham Thomas Benjamin
3."Applied Immunology; The Practical Application of Sera and Bacterins Prophylactically, Diagnostically and Therapeutically" by Benjamin Abraham Thomas and Robert Henry Ivy
“Applied Immunology; The Practical Application of Sera and Bacterins Prophylactically, Diagnostically and Therapeutically” Book Review: This book is helpful for the medical students and medical practitioners. This book aims to omit most of the experimental research and present theories. It assists in thorough understanding of biological prophylaxis, diagnosis and therapeutics. The primary object of this book is to crystallize and detail the practical phases of serum and bacterin applications in medicine. It helps the student to appreciate the significance of immunology. This book lets a medical practitioner even with slight laboratory experience to competently apply the principles underlying immunology.

4."Applied Tumor Immunology" by Hilde Geotz
5."Advances in Applied Microbiology" by Geoffrey Michael Gadd
“Advances in applied Microbiology” Book Review: This book helps the students of various branches of microbiology. This book contains information on different areas like protozoan grazing of freshwater biofilms, metals in yeast fermentation process, etc. It also explains about the interpretation of host-pathogen dialogue through microarrays, and the role of polyamines in bacterial growth and biofilm formation. In this book, elective volumes are supplemented by thematic volumes on various topics. It also includes archaea and sick building syndrome. This book contains thorough reviews of the latest research in microbiology.

6."Applied Immunology: The Practical Application of Sera and Bacterins Prophylactically, Diagnostically and Therapeutically" by B A Thomas
“Applied Immunology; The Practical Application of Sera and Bacterins Prophylactically, Diagnostically and Therapeutically” Book Review: This book is designed for graduates in medicine and immunology. This book provides theories as far as they may assist. It gives a complete practical grip for students and practitioners. This book helps the student to know the importance and efficiently apply the principles of immunology. In this book the complete reference has been made in places to particular related substances that has been used often in attempts at immunization. The interest and organization of blood transfusion, organotherapy to the main subject is provided in this book. This book also encloses the administration of salvarsan and neosalvarsan and it’s association with the main subject.


5. Advance Immunology and Immunotherapeutics

1."Advances in Immunology: 104" by Frederick W Alt
“Advances in Immunology: 104” Book Review: This book describes the recent developments in the field of immunology. It explains the molecular and cellular activation mechanisms. The book also contains information about phylogeny and molecular evolution. The book provides updated information about all the topics of the book.

2."Avian Immunology (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)" by A Benedict
“Avian Immunology (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)” Book Review: The book describes the ontogeny of lymphoid cells. This book discusses progenitor cells, which are confined to particular cell lines. It also gives information about stem cells, which have unlimited capacity of giving rise to undifferentiated progeny. The book helps in determining the nature of the substances that attract stem cells.

3."Recent Advances in Immunology" by Asuman U Muftuoglu
“Recent Advances in Immunology” Book Review: The book is especially beneficial for immunologists. The book explains the role of macrophages in immune phenomena. It presents the analysis of precursors on cytotoxic T lymphocytes. The book describes the chemistry and genetics of some components and how these components cause disease. It provides ways to improve immunogenicity, immunomodulation in tumor systems and by xenobiotics.

4."Advances in Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy (Current Cancer Research)" by Joseph Rosenblatt and Eckhard Podack
“Advances in Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy (Current Cancer Research)” Book Review: The book presents recent developments in the field of immunology. This book explains the interaction between tumors and the immune system, which helps in therapeutic intervention in cancer. It discusses the various immunosuppressive mechanisms. The book contains information about the use of antibody engineering, fusion proteins and the retargeting of immune cells through T-cell receptor engineering.

5."Retinal Degenerative Diseases: Mechanisms and Experimental Therapy (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)" by John Ash and Christian Grimm
“Retinal Degenerative Diseases: Mechanisms and Experimental Therapy (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)” Book Review: The book discusses blinding diseases of inherited retinal degeneration and age-related macular degeneration. It gives the therapies for diagnosis of these diseases. It describes cytopathologic, physiologic, diagnostic and clinical aspects of retinal degenerations. The book explains the gene therapy and neuroprotective agents for potential pharmaceutical therapy. It also presents the mechanisms of cell-death.

6."A Methodical Evaluation of a Non-Specific Immunotherapeutic Agent" by Dey Ray Sarbani
“A Methodical Evaluation of a Non-Specific Immunotherapeutic Agent” Book Review: The book presents various methods for evaluation of non-specific immunotherapeutic agents. It discusses that the non-specific immunotherapeutic agent is used to increase resistance of the body, when the diagnosis of an infection cannot be made easily. It provides toxicological and pharmacological evaluations for medicinal agents. It also provides the method of investigating whether the drug possesses lipid peroxidation induction capacity or not.

7."Ga-40 a New Immunotherapeutic and Anti-Cancer Drug" by Alexidze Giorgi
“Ga-40 a New Immunotherapeutic and Anti-Cancer Drug” Book Review: The book provides details of a immunotherapeutic and anti-cancer drug, GA-40. It describes mechanisms of GA-40 action. This book explains anti-angiogenesis, anti-oxidant, anti-cancer, anti-hepatitis C, anti-tuberculosis, anti-prostatitis, anti-nephritis, anti-diabete mellitus actions of GA-40. The book also contains information about the safety of GA-40 drug.

8."Immunotherapeutic Prospects of Infectious Diseases" by K Noel Masihi and Werner Lange
“Immunotherapeutic Prospects of Infectious Diseases” Book Review: This book contains information about prevention and control of various infectious diseases. It discusses that vaccines of these diseases activates cellular and humoral immune responses and induces immunological memory. The book gives inference on building natural resistance of the body against these infectious diseases. It describes the mechanism of inducing specific and non-specific host defences.

9."Immunotherapeutic Approaches for Neurological Diseases: Natural Monoclonal Antibodies and Conventional Monoclonal Antibodies" by Jens O Watzlawik and Bharath Wootla
“Immunotherapeutic Approaches for Neurological Diseases: Natural Monoclonal Antibodies and Conventional Monoclonal Antibodies” Book Review: The book explains the functions and characteristics of immunoglobulins, also called natural antibodies (NAbs). It discusses the use of NAbs as potential therapeutics in multiple sclerosis (MS). The book contains information about Alzheimer’s disease in detail. The book explains the role of blood brain barrier (BBB) in antibody based therapies of CNS diseases.

10."Concepts In Immunology And Immunotherapeutics" by American Society of Health System Pharma and Ashp


5. Immunotechnology

1."Handbook of Practical and Clinical Immunology" by Talwar G P and Gupta S K
2."Practical Immunology" by Frank C Hay
“Practical Immunology” Book Review: This volume focuses on immunology students and researchers and provides an in-depth outline of the techniques of immunology. The book focuses on educating researchers in the design and performance of compound methods. It is appropriate for students of immunology, graduates studying in the field of bench science and specialised immunologists who apply an immunological method. The text describes methods from first principles. It explains fundamental forms of apparatus. Furthermore it inculcates handy hints and tips.

3."Principle of Cellular and Molecular Immunology" by Austin J M and Wood K J
“Principle of Cellular and Molecular Immunology” Book Review: This volume is appropriate for undergraduate science students and clinicians. The volume emphasizes a variety of topics. The text is written in systematic order and different threads are drawn together to explain the emerging principles of the subject. The book includes fundamental principles and describes the recent thinking and focusing areas of hot debate. The book explains more than 300 diagrams and halftones. It includes a summary diagram for every topic highlighting the important points of discussion.

4."Immunology and Immunotechnology" by Ashim K Chakravarty
“Immunology and Immunotechnology” Book Review: the book provides a thorough understanding of the basics of immunology. The volume encompasses the recent technologies and methods for diagnosis, new vaccines, etc. The book is appropriate for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It presents a knowledge of the basics of immunology. The volume cites the several technologies and methods for diagnosis, new vaccines and more.

5."A Textbook of Immunology and Immunotechnology" by B Annadurai
“A Textbook of Immunology and Immunotechnology” Book Review: This volume inculcates the diverse aspects of immunology and immunotechnology. It is appropriate for students of Biology, Zoology, Veterinary Science and Medicine. It contains recent updates in immunology and Immunotechnology. The text is written in simple and accessible language. Topics covered in the book are history of Immunology, Immunity, Epitopes, Hypersensitivity, Architecture Of Immune System, Immune Response, etc. It further covers Structure And Function Of Specific Immunoglobulins, Immuno Diagnostics, Abo, Rh, Incompatibility, Ria Techniques And their use, Interferon Cytokines, Tissue Typing. It inculcates concepts of Antisera, Antibody Receptor Structure, Cancer Immunology, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome(Aids) and several others.

6."Immunology And Immunotechnology" by Pandian M R
“Immunology And Immunotechnology” Book Review: This volume includes topics such as Immunology with its history and scope, Haematopoiesis, Cells and organs of the immune system, Ag Ab reactions. The book covers Immune responses, Immunoglobulins, Organization and expression of Ig genes, Cytokines, Antigen processing and presentation. It inculcates concepts of Immunological tolerance, Transplantation, Immunodeficiency diseases, Immune responses to infectious diseases, Tumor immunology and several others. It presents all the important topics in immunology and immunotechnology with colour illustrations. It provides stepwise knowledge of host parasite relationship, normal microbial flora, immune responses, hypersensitivity, autoimmune diseases etc.

7."Immunotechnology" by Sneh Lata Arya Dr
“Immunotechnology” Book Review: The volume includes laboratory methods to decide the antigen, antibody and other related immunological tests. It is appropriate for people in the area of Immunology, Biochemistry, Physiology and Biotechnology. The volume encompasses a step by step presentation of all techniques. The inculcates the concepts such as Immunocytochemistry, Identification of Antigens, Purification of Antigens and Purification of Antibodies Radio-immunoassay.

8."Immunotechnology: Principles, Concepts and Applications" by Anthony Moran
“Immunotechnology: Principles, Concepts and Applications” Book Review: This volume presents a thorough, readable and highly explained summary of immunotechnology. The book covers the fundamentals of immunology. The text focuses on the technological and practical applications of immunology. The volume analyses the visualisation of molecules and cells of the immune system for technological causes and the related characteristics of biological engineering.

9."Antibody Engineering: Methods and Protocols" by Benny K C Lo
“Antibody Engineering: Methods and Protocols” Book Review: This book is designed for laboratory scientists in immunology, pathology and molecular biology. The book includes techniques for generation, expression, optimization and characterization of recombinant antibodies.

10."Affinity Biosensors: Techniques and Protocols (Methods in Biotechnology)" by Kim Rogers and Ashok Mulchandani
“Affinity Biosensors: Techniques and Protocols (Methods in Biotechnology)” Book Review: This book aims to present a fundamental reference and beginning point for investigators in academics, industry and government. This work explains procedures in Biotechnology, Affinity Biosensors: methods and procedures. It explains a diversity of classical and emerging transduction methodologies that have been affiliated to bioaffinity elements like antibodies and receptors. It includes few of the reasons for the growth in the application of affinity-based biosensors which consist developments in signal transduction methodologies and the accessibility of bioaffinity elements.

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