Eula Biss

Ian Gibbins reviews 'On Immunity' by Eula Biss

Ian Gibbins
Friday, 29 May 2015

This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of arguably the biggest single breakthrough in our knowledge of how immunity works. After years of uncertainty, it turned out that the immune system contains two major functional classes of white blood cells. One class recognises foreign organisms, such as invading bacteria or transplanted tissue from an incompatible organ do ...