Table of contents for Immunotherapy for infectious diseases / edited by Jeffrey M. Jacobson.


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Preface  ....................................................           v
List of Contributors ....................................................  ix
I BASIC PRINCIPLES OF IMMUNITY
1 Humoral Immunity
Peter L. Nara  ....................................................     3
2 Some Basic Cellular Immunology Principles Applied to the
Pathogenesis of Infectious Diseases
R. Pat Bucy and Paul Goepfert ........................................ .............23
3 Immune Defense at Mucosal Surfaces
Prosper N. Boyaka and Jerry R. McGhee .................................................... 39
II MOLECULAR BASIS FOR IMMUNOTHERAPY
4 Production of Immunoglobulins and Monoclonal Antibodies
Targeting Infectious Diseases
Renate Kunert and Hermann Katinger ....................................................   63
5 Dendritic Cells: Their Role in the Immune Response to Infectious
Organisms and Their Potential Use in Therapeutic Vaccination
Smriti K. Kundu-Raychaudhuri and Edgar G. Engleman ......................... 99
6 Cytokines, Cytokine Antagonists, and Growth Factors for
Treating Infections
Barbara G. Matthews ....................................................  117
7 Principles of Vaccine Development
Constantin A. Bona .................................................... 129
III IMMUNOTHERAPY FOR HIV INFECTION
8 Immunopathogenesis of HIV Infection
Lawrence M  . Fox  ....................................................  151
9 Immune Reconstitution with Antiretroviral Chemotherapy
Elizabeth  Connick  ....................................................  163
10 Active Immunization as Therapy for HIV Infection
Spyros A. Kalams ....................................................  181



11 Passive Immunotherapy for HIV Infection
Jeff rey  M . Jacobson  ......................................................................................... 199
12  Host Cell-Directed Approaches for Treating HIV and Restoring
Immune Function
J. Michael Kilby and R. Pat Bucy ...............................................................221
13   Gene Therapy for HIV-1 Infection
Ralph Domburg and Roger J. Pomerantz .................................................. 237
IV   IMMUNOTHERAPY FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES OTHER THAN HIV
14   Immunotherapy for Viral Infections Other than HIV
Michelle Onorato and Richard B. Pollard ................................................. 251
15   Immunotherapy for Virus-Associated Malignancies
Uluhan Sili, Helen Heslop, and Cliona M. Rooney ................................. 259
16   Immunotherapy of Bacterial Infections and Sepsis
Sam    T. D onta  ...................................................................................................275
17   Immunotherapy for Tuberculosis and Other
Mycobacterial Infections
Robert S. Wallis and John L. Johnson ......................................................... 283
18   Immunotherapy for Fungal Infections
A rturo   C asadevall ........................................................................................... 303
Index ........................................                ..................... 323








Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Immunotherapy, AIDS (Disease) Immunotherapy, Communicable Diseases therapy, Immunotherapy methods, HIV Infections immunology, HIV Infections therapy, Immunity, Viral Vaccines