Immunology & Evolution of Infectious Disease

Immunology and Evolution of Infectious Disease

In the battle against diseases like HIV and influenza, the intricate interplay between infectious agents and the immune system is pivotal. A profound grasp of how parasites adapt to escape immune detection is vital for designing effective vaccines, managing epidemics, and advancing our understanding of parasite ecology and evolution. This book, presenting a comprehensive synthesis of parasite variation at molecular, population, and evolutionary levels, is a must-read for students and researchers in biology and biomedicine.

Author: Steven A. Frank
Page count: 359