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By Amy Stone, DVM and Philip H. Kass, DVM
Copyright 2018$114.99, Hardcover, Reference
A title in the The Clinics: Veterinary Medicine Series.
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This issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice focuses on Immunology and Vaccination, with topics including: Recent Advances In Vaccine Technologies; Immune System's Response to Vaccination; Current Vaccine Strategies for Dogs and Cats; Update on Therapeutic Vaccines; Common and Newly Recognized Autoimmune Diseases; Adverse Response to Vaccination; Vaccines in Shelters and Group Settings; Evidence vs Belief in Vaccine Recommendations; Effects of Aging on the Immune Response; and Use of Antibody Titer to Determine the Need for Vaccination.
Vaccines and Immunology -Table of Contents
Preface: Vaccinology and Immunology: Current Knowledge, New Discoveries, and Future Directions
Recent Advances in Vaccine Technologies
Another Look at the ";Dismal Science"; and Jenner’s Experiment
Veterinary Oncology Immunotherapies
Adverse Reactions to Vaccination: From Anaphylaxis to Autoimmunity
Vaccines in Shelters and Group Settings
Prevention of Feline Injection-Site Sarcomas: Is There a Scientific Foundation for Vaccine Recommendations at This Time?
The Microbiota Regulates Immunity and Immunologic Diseases in Dogs and Cats Current and Newly Emerging Autoimmune Diseases
By Amy Stone, DVM , University of Florida and Philip H. Kass, DVM, Philip H. Kass, BS, DVM, MPVM, MS, PhD, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Professor of Analytic Epidemiology, University of California, Davis