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AuthorBodey, Bela. author
TitleImmunological Aspects of Neoplasia โ{128}{148} The Role of the Thymus [electronic resource] / by Bela Bodey, Stuart E. Siegel, Hans E. Kaiser
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2004
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Descript XI, 207 p. online resource


Overview of Mammalian Thymic Development Biological Basis -- Embryology of the Mammalian Thymus -- Histogenesis of the Mammalian Thymus -- The Reticulo-Epithelial (Re) Cellular Network of the Mammalian Thymus -- Neuroendocrine Influence on Thymic Hematopoiesis Via the Reticulo-Epithelial (Re) Cellular Network -- Development of Lymphopoiesis as a Function of the Thymic Microenvironment -- The Hassal?s Bodies -- Thymic Accessory Cells, Including Dendritic Type Antigen Presenting Cells, within the Mammalian Thymic Microenvironment -- Involution of the Mammalian Thymus and Its Role in the Overall Aging Process -- The Thymus and Its Significance in Anti-Neoplastic Therapy -- Thymic Hormones in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment -- Spontaneous Regression of Neoplasms: New Possibilities for Immunotherapy

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