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Spontaneous models of human disease Nicholas Warrick

Spontaneous models of human disease

Nicholas Warrick

Published June 11th 2012
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73 pages
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Proceedings from the February 2nd 2007 meeting in London, UK“The main goal of this meeting was to get together clinical and basic immunologists trying to gather insights into the pathogenic mechanisms of human diseases and immunotherapy. Due to theMoreProceedings from the February 2nd 2007 meeting in London, UK“The main goal of this meeting was to get together clinical and basic immunologists trying to gather insights into the pathogenic mechanisms of human diseases and immunotherapy. Due to the limitations of the human system, these investigations often rely on the use of animal models developing spontaneous diseases. In this meeting we evaluated the pros and cons of some of the most used and valuable animal models of disease and some new models, which will open new therapeutic ways to treat human diseases”. Dr Sonia Quaratino, Reader in Immunology, Cancer Research UK Clinical Centre, University of Southampton