Primary immunodeficiency Disorder  link 
Zinet Currimbhoy, Manisha Madkaikar, Mukesh Desai
PDF | 68 Pages | English
This booklet explains the definition of primary immuno deficiency disorders, how to suspect a primary Immuno deficiency Disorder, clinical history and physical examination.

Essential Immunology and Immunopathology link  
Louis Reichardt and Mehrdad Matloubian
Online | NA Pages | English
The course note will introduce graduate students in the life sciences to the intricate ins and outs of the immune system, innate and adaptive immunity and immune tolerance.

Evolution in Human Health and Disease link
Dr. Bruce E. Fleury
Online | NA Pages | English
This course note will introduce non science majors to this new evolutionary perspective on disease, while also considering non evolutionary aspects of common diseases, such as social, political, and cultural aspects of human health and illness. Students will gain a deeper appreciation about human health, and acquire information that may help them to make critical health care decisions for themselves and their families.

Assessment and Management of Patients With Allergic Disorders (PPT 30P) link
Lee Resurreccion
PPT | 30 Pages | English
This note covers the following topics: Allergic Reactions, Immunoglobulins and Allergic Response, Hypersensitivity, Anaphylactic Reaction, Management of Patients With Allergic Disorders, Self Administration of Epinephrine, Allergic Rhinitis, Cytotoxic Reaction, Immune Complex Reaction and Delayed or Cellular Reaction.

Immune System and Immunology (PDF 63P) link
Arno Helmberg
PDF | 63 Pages | English
This note covers the following topics: Adaptve Defense Mechanisms, The Adaptive Immune Response, Vaccination, Immunoglobulin Classes, Immunoglobulin Diagnostics, Lymphatic System, T Cells And T Cell Receptor, Inadequate Defense, Disease Caused By Immune Reactions, Immune Complex Diseases, Damage By Cellular Immune Responses.

Allergy And Immunology link 
George T Griffing and Michael A Kaliner
Online | NA Pages | English
This note covers the following topics: Allergy Pathogenesis, Asthma, Complement-Related Abnormalities, Immunodeficiencies, Major Allergic Diseases, Transfusion Reaction, Urticaria and Angioedema.

Immunization Safety Review Multiple Immunizations and Immune Dysfunction link
Kathleen Stratton, Christopher B. Wilson, and Marie C. McCormick
Online | 152 Pages | English
Immunization Safety Review Thimerosal Containing Vaccines and Neurodevelopmental Disorders link
Allergy and Immunology, eMedicine [English] link 
George T Griffing and Michael A Kaliner
Online | NA Pages | English

Antibodies Structure and Sequence Andrew C.R. Martin [English] link 
Antibody Structure University of Arizona [English] link
University of Arizona
Online | NA Pages | English

Clearing the Air (asthma) National Academy Press [English] link
Division of health promotion and disease prevention
Online | 456 Pages | English

Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network [English] link 
Immune system National Center for Biotechnology Information [English] link
National Center for Biotechnology Information
Online | NA Pages | English
InFocus Articles American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association [English] link
Introduction to Immunology University of Arizona [English] link
The University of Arizona
Online | NA Pages | English

Our Immune System Defends Us Against Infectious Diseases Nobel Foundation [English] link
University of Zurich
Online | NA Pages | English

Protocols for Fluorescence Conjugation of Antibodies Mario Roederer [English] link
Mario Roederer
Online | NA Pages | English
International Archives of Allergy and Immunology link 

  Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB). AAI is a member of FASEB. Here is a searchable directory of over 40,000 biological scientists.
  Search the National Library of Medicine (NLM) at PubMed
  Trends in Immunology (formerly Immunology Today). Also available via Science Direct.
  ImmunityScienceNature, the journals.
  Journal of Immunology, the official publication of the American Association of Immunologists.
  • Most US basic and clinical research in immunology is funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a division of the NIH.
  • See What is the NIH? at the NIH FAQ.
  The second-most important US source of funding for basic biological and immunological research is the National Science Foundation (NSF).
  Nobel Prizes: prizes for Immunology are in the category Physiology or Medicine.
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