By Louis Chedid (auth.), Professor Louis Chedid, Professor Dr. Peter A. Miescher, Professor Hans J. Mueller-Eberhard (eds.)

The discovery of particularly received immunity which the key contributions of Louis Pasteur thoroughly over-shadowed the 1st stories of the host's usual resistance. Later, the beautiful sensitivity and precision of antigen-antibody reactions made the learn of immunochemistry even more appealing than the really primitive and ambiguous box of non-specific immunity. Neverthe­ much less, over the past 3 a long time, a substantial physique of informa­ tion used to be constructed and in addition ability during which traditional resistance may be more advantageous or depressed through exogenous brokers equivalent to lipopolysaccharides or BCG. a tremendous enhance was once the chemical acceptance of the biologically lively elements of those brokers which in flip allowed the synthesis or" analogues. extra lately, endogenous host items that could play a job in nonspecific immunity, similar to thymic hormones, have additionally been pointed out, produced and used either experimentally and clinically. It accordingly appeared worthwile to Drs. Miescher and Mueller-Eberhard to commit volumes of Seminars in Immunopathology to the subject of Immunostimuhltion. as a result of the solid reaction obtai­ ned from readers, Springer Verlag determined to factor a troublesome disguise e-book and requested their visitor editor to make a preface. Prefaces, even supposing they're present in the hole pages, are consistently written after the 1st factor has been completed.

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