By Donna E. Hansel, Renee Z. Dintzis
Transportable and elementary, this condensed model of Rubin's Pathology, Fourth variation is a superb adjunct studying software for clinical scholars learning pathology. it is a nice quickly creation to all of the vital pathology techniques that scientific scholars want to know. The e-book is clinically orientated and written in transparent, comprehensible language, with a number of diagrams and tables to assist scholars snatch recommendations speedy. Chapters in Lippincott's Pocket Pathology parallel these in Rubin's Pathology, Fourth version, in order that scholars can move among the 2 books as their examine schedules let. an advantage CD-ROM comprises over three hundred full-color pictures from Rubin's Pathology, Fourth version.
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NK cells are lymphocyte-like cells with large cytoplasmic granules capable of lysing cells containing certain intracellular viruses. The production of IL-12 and TNF-␣ by macrophages stimulates NK cells to produce INF-␥, which stimulates the production of more macrophages. Chemokines Chemokines are a large family of cytokines that are the major mediators of leukocyte migration. Chemokines immobilized on activated vascular endothelial cells contribute to leukocyte adherence to the endothelial surface, whereas soluble chemokines in the extravascular tissue establish a gradient of increasing concentration facilitating leukocyte migration to the site of injury.