In Cystic Fibrosis: Infection, Immunopathology, and Host Response, Richard Moss has organized a vanguard survey of the latest strategies for the control and reversal of this deadly disease that the tremendous advances in experimental medicine during the 1980s have made possible. These up-to-date reviews address both the nature and consequences of the complex interactions between microbial pathogens and respiratory epithelial surfaces that are of special interest to biomedical scientists and physicians concerned with the clinical manifestations of the disease's typically disordered cell biology. Chapters by leading experimental and clinical pathologists cover a broad spectrum of topics, including: the relationship between atopy and cystic fibrosis * impact of respiratory viral infections in patients with cystic fibrosis * In1/4ammation in the lung in cystic fibrosis * drug allergy in cystic fibrosis.Cystic Fibrosis: Infection, Immunopathology, and Host Response is today's essential resource for all microbiologists, clinical immunologist, allergists, infectious disease specialists, pulmonologists, and other clinical investigators and physicians interested in either research or patient care. This edition is published 1990, but has been reprinted 2013.
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