immunology sources

Christopher Spry cspry at
Tue Apr 30 14:56:09 EST 1996

Senmedinfo wrote:
> Does anyone have a listing of good internet immunology sources.
> Thanks.
> Carole Baker Department of Immunology, University College,
London ScienceXchange 'The Immunologist', official organ of the 'International Union of
Immunological Societies' Table of CD antigens, Paul Travers Birkbeck College. The
relationship between sequence, structure and function of the proteins of the Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) British Society for Immunology American Association of Immunologists 'Journal of Immunology' The ImMunoGeneTics database, IMGT An integrated specialised database containing
nucleotide sequence information of genes important in the function of the immune system. The IMGT/LIGM database
currently (March 1996) contains 5109 sequence entries. Cambridge Immunology Group, Department of Pathology Autoimmunity research 'Immunology Today Online' 'Cytokines Web' Structure and Function of Cytokines and their Receptors by
Simon M. Brocklehurst Oxford Centre for Molecular Sciences, University of Oxford, UK
gopher:// FASEB headquarters NIH/NIAID - National Institute of Allergy &amp Infectious Diseases">Immunology resources starting point, Santel Luxembourg">Information on allergies">Kabat's "Sequences of Proteins of Immunological Interest" WWW serve It contains all known
sequences (aminoacid &amp cDNA) of immunoglobulins.
gopher://">Kabat's "Sequences of Proteins of Immunological Interest"

Hope they are agood start for you.
Christopher Spry

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