The immune self: theory or metaphor?

Abstract

Immunology is one of the unique products of the darwinian age--born in the controversies of that fresh announcement that all species, including ourselves, were not static entities, but subject to change as a result of the vicissitudes of time and circumstance. Darwinism postulated an everchanging species defined by evolutionary necessity. In this scheme… (More)

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@article{Tauber1994TheIS, title={The immune self: theory or metaphor?}, author={Alfred I. Tauber}, journal={Immunology today}, year={1994}, volume={15 3}, pages={134-6} }