Hannigan BM, Moore CBT, Quinn DG: Immunology second edition, Scion 2009.
This second edition of Immunology provides readers with the basic concepts of immunology and relates these to the practical applications within medicine and biology. It is therefore an ideal first textbook for students studying biomedical science courses or postgraduate students new to the subject. The entire book has been comprehensively updated and features significantly expanded coverage of, for example: *antigen acquisition and presentation *regulation of acquired immune responses *transplantation and tumour immunology Throughout every chapter the authors have also provided extensive coverage of the applications of immunology to diagnostics in particular. The inclusion of a glossary in this new edition is designed to improve understanding and help students overcome their inherent fear of the complex field of immunology. In addition, this latest edition features two new appendices covering selected cytokines and their functions, and selected CD antigens and their expression, reference material that all those who work in the field will find invaluable.
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…as a work of reference for basic immunological concepts, this book is perfect. –Tove Ragna Reksten, Scandinavian Journal of Immunology
…The level of information is thorough throughout…[this book] would provide an excellent handbook to junior immunologists (undergraduates, new graduates, research assistants and those new to the subject) by providing a readable and understandable overview, while managing (mostly) not to be too basic or too complex. I would recommend this text book to immunology labs as an early-stage, easily readable guide to the very broad subject area of Immunology… –Barbara Guinn, Cancer Sciences Division, University of Southampton, UK
E.A. Goodall, J. Moore, M.B. Goodall, C.T. Moore: Biometrics of Astigmatism in the Human Eye, Blueberry Publishing 2014
This book reviews methodologies used for the analysis of clinical trials to improve or eradicate astigmatism problems in the human eye. In particular, it assesses biometric techniques where the objective is to elucidate the impact of changes in both magnitude and direction of astigmatism. A unified approach is presented with the aim of resolving current disputes in these key areas of visual science.
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Leccisotti A, Islam T, McGilligan VE, Moore C.T: Lens Surgery after Deep Lamellar Keratoplasty (DALK). Cataracts: Causes, Symptoms & Surgery. Chapter pages – 139-148. New York : Nova Science, ©2010
Johnny E Moore, Davide Schirolli, and CB. Tara Moore: Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking 2nd Edition. Chapter – Corneal Crosslinking Limbal Stem Cell Effects. In Press 2015