Cyclic AMP, Cell Growth, and the Immune Response

Proceedings of the Symposium Held at Marco Island, Florida January 8–10, 1973

  • Werner Braun
  • Lawrence M. Lichtenstein
  • Charles W. Parker
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Eric L. Nelson
    Pages 1-3
  3. Barry R. Bloom
    Pages 24-34
  4. David R. Webb Jr., Daniel P. Stites, Janice Perlman, Kathryn E. Austin, H. Hugh Fudenberg
    Pages 55-76
  5. H. R. Bourne, K. L. Melmon, Y. Weinstein, G. M. Shearer
    Pages 99-113
  6. G. M. Shearer, Y. Weinstein, K. L. Melmon, H. R. Bourne
    Pages 135-146
  7. Gerald Weissmann, Robert B. Zurier, Sylvia Hoffstein
    Pages 176-188
  8. T. B. Strom, A. Deisseroth, J. Morganroth, C. B. Carpenter, J. P. Merrill
    Pages 209-222
  9. Joel G. Hardman, Günter Schultz, Earl W. Sutherland
    Pages 223-236
  10. John W. Hadden, Elga Hadden, Nelson D. Goldberg
    Pages 237-246
  11. N. D. Goldberg, M. K. Haddox, R. Estensen, J. G. White, C. Lopez, J. W. Hadden
    Pages 247-262
  12. Stephen I. Morse
    Pages 263-269
  13. Josef H. Wissler, Vera J. Stecher, Ernst Sorkin
    Pages 270-283
  14. B. H. Park, N. P. Beck, R. A. Good
    Pages 284-289
  15. Elizabeth Gillespie
    Pages 317-328
  16. Wayne L. Ryan, James E. McClurg
    Pages 329-337
  17. Theodore T. Puck, Carol Jones
    Pages 338-348
  18. Werner Braun, Chiaki Shiozawa
    Pages 349-357
  19. Perry G. Rigby, Fred McCurdy, Jerry McCrery
    Pages 377-390
  20. Alan Robison
    Pages 391-411
  21. Back Matter
    Pages 413-416

About these proceedings


The brilliant research of Dr. Earl Sutherland and his colleagues has had a broad impact on many areas of biology. Among the fields in­ fluenced rather late by the insights arising from this work were im­ munology and oncology. Although research relating cyclic AMP metabol­ ism to the development and manifestations of the immune response and the control of mammalian cell growth is relatively recent, the growth of knowledge in these areas has been rapid and there is already a considera­ ble amount of empirical information. This conference provided an oppor­ tunity to collate and begin to interpret that information. A deliberate at­ tempt was made to bring together investigators nominally involved in im­ munology, biochemistry, pharmacology, or cellular biology for in many instances parallel observations are being obtained in these fields. For ex­ ample, the immunologist studying the transformation of lymphocytes by antigens or mitogens is carrying out experiments that are very close to those of the biologist studying the growth of cells in culture; in both cases, the phenomena they observe are modulated by changes in the in­ tracellular level of cyclic nucleotides. Many other examples of closely analogous experiments in different fields could be cited, but perhaps the point is clear.


Cell antigen immune response lymphocytes pharmacology

Editors and affiliations

  • Werner Braun
  • Lawrence M. Lichtenstein
    • 1
  • Charles W. Parker
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of MedicineThe Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine at The Good Samaritan HospitalBaltimoreUSA
  2. 2.Division of Allergy and Immunology, Department of MedicineWashington University School of MedicineSt. LouisUSA

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1974
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-86028-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-86026-3
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