Books from Department Of Medical Laboratory Science




This textbook on Basic Immunochemistry is written to provide academic in formation on Immunology and Immunochemistry for teachers’ band students of Undergraduate and Postgraduate level pursuing courses in Basic Medical and Biological Sciences. It contains Basic concepts and theoretical overview of Immunology and Immunochemistry. Principles, Procedure and Applications immunochemical techniques are extensively discussed.
Interested readers will find this book interacting and educative


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This book is written out of the author’s several years of professional and academic experience in Medical Laboratory Science.
The textbook is well-planned to extensively cover the working principle and uses of laboratory instruments. Common Laboratory techniques (including principle and applications) are also discussed. Descriptive diagrams/schematics for better understanding are included.
Teachers and students pursuing courses in different areas of Laboratory Science, Basic and medical/health sciences at undergraduate and postgraduate levels will find the book useful. Researchers and interested readers…
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Product details

  • Series:1
  • Paperback:128 pages
  • Publisher:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (July 11, 2017)
  • Language:English
  • ISBN-10:1548826472
  • ISBN-13:978-1548826475
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.3 x 11 inches

 

 

 


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Introduction
Since discovery of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and subsequent isolation
of the virus (HIV) more than 30 million have been infected [1]. Sub-Saharan Africa was
affected most with HIV infection with estimated 2/3rd of the World’s HIV infected people.
Nigeria is the largest populated country in Africa and it was estimated that about 3 million
of the population is infected with human immunodeficiency virus [2]. Thus Nigeria is the
second largest country after South Africa with largest HIV infected…
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1. Introduction
Since discovery of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and subsequent isolation
of the virus (HIV) more than 30 million have been infected [1]. Sub-Saharan Africa was
affected most with HIV infection with estimated 2/3rd of the World’s HIV infected people.
Nigeria is the largest populated country in Africa and it was estimated that about 3 million
of the population is infected with human immunodeficiency virus [2]. Thus Nigeria is the
second largest country after South Africa with largest HIV…
READ MORE Download Staff Profile


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