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The Compatibility GeneImportance of her findings and as a way of identifying motives for studying stuff it s Dedication and Leadership Techniques pretty weak Not everything has aersonal connectionThe main thing I m taking away from this book is that we still don t know half there is to know about the immune system about genetics about our own bodies If that doesn t speak to the importance of such research I don t know what doesDid you know that dogs have a sexually transmitted cancer Not just an oncovirus like HPV but a contagious cancerOriginally osted here Featuring the author dropping by to let me know that he s not being sexist by focusing on the fact that the female scientists he mentions don t have families but never replying when I asked why he didn t then make A Big Thing Of It For Male Scientists TooETA Now big thing of it for male scientists tooETA Now the author replying some although he mostly took it to twitter where he accused me of having an agenda Some of the best opular science books tell us as much about the eople as the science and that is the approach taken by Daniel Davis In exploring the compatibility gene or accurately the compatibility genes I don t know why it s singular in the title He takes us on a voyage of discovery through the key steps to identifying the small group of genes that seem to contribute to making that individual or less compatible with other eople whether on the level of transplants or sexual compatibility taking in our growing understanding of the immune system along the wayIt The Full Experience probably helps that Davis is aractising scientist in the field t Great book that finds the sweet spot between You Dont Have to Say You Love Me pop science and academic It can be a valuable supplement if not essential to an immunology course because at does a great job describing the history of the field and all the trials and tribulations it took to get to some of the fundamental concepts that we take for granted An added benefit is that it s a great introduction to experimental design as well it goes through a lot of experiments and explains how some couldrovide only ambiguous answers and the types of Voodoo Season positivenegative controls that make for experiments thatrovide clear cut certaintyOther reviews have talked about how this book spends a lot of time on the The Walking Dead Live! personal lives of scientists which is true That being said it was never any less interesting It s a great insight into what a career in research is like the gestation of an idea toublished Scotty Scotts Guide to Relationships paper theolitics the snags scientists motivations and so on If anyone ever wanted to do PhD work this has the added benefit of roviding the whole ictureEven if it does devote a lot of time to the Personal Side The Book Doesn side the book doesn suffer any less on the academic side It s still full of many fascinating aspects of immunology on the ractical medical applications side and some fascinating future implications This book describes the history of immunology focusing on the genes that help our bodies to discriminate self from non self the major histocompatibility genes The author does a great job explaining a very complex system that to this day we do not completely understand In addition to the history and the basic science the author also spends a section of the book on some of the uniue characteristics of this gene including its otential function in the brain and in body odors and attraction The book is well written and accessible to most with a basic understanding of scienc. Person to erson and give each of us a uniue molecular signature These genes determine both the extent to which we are susceptible to a vast range of illnesses and the different ways each of us fights disease. Part two entitled The Frontier of Compatibility Gene research saved this book for me art one saved this book for me Part one Piper part three were terrible Part one comprised a lot of back story on the who s who of thisarticular gene research I couldn t care less who did it or how they got there Tell me what the research results were and how it impacts society Part three was eually frustrating as it was supposed to be the The Famoux (The Famoux, popular science connection to our world and how this impact things we might be interested in such as sexual selection andregnancy Which could have been interesting execpt that it wasn t so I dare to fault the author but Dragons Gap perhaps this section was not fleshed out because there were not enough strong associations and so it was kind of a glimpse into what might be but isn t yet sound Anyway worth the read forart two Probably readable in the bookstore just that section if you have bit of time This book by immunologist Daniel Davis concerns the Major Histocompatibility Complex genes MHC also known by the synonym HLA in humans This is what Davis means by his Bared for Her Bear (Wylde Bears phrase compatibility genes These genes code for cell surfaceroteins that are key to how the adaptive immune system distinguishes between self and non self What s because of an extremely high degree of variability ie Best Seller (English Edition) polymorphism in these genes acrossopulations they also determine the success of organ transplants To illustrate the extent of this The Lone Star Groom: Bachelor Billionaire Romances polymorphism Davisoints out that 268000 eople from across the UK are represented by 119000 different combinations of compatibility genes adding that this is robably an underestimate of the true extent of genetic diversityI found the book frustrating at times but interesting all the same As far as the history goes of uncovering the mysteries of the MHC genes Davis does a good job of bringing to life some of the key scientists involved Unfortunately to my mind he doesn t do so well in explaining the science which he seems to dumb down in too many Crater Trueblood and the Lunar Rescue Company (Helium-3, places For example in describing what arotein is he writes that it is a long chains of atoms connected together in a string and fails to mention that a To Protect His Mate (Wolfe Brothers, protein is built up from amino acids which is a obvious way of defining arotein even to a non scientist Something that really grated with me was Davis s use of the Star Wars Rogue Squadron II Rogue Leader Instruction booklet phrase compatibility genes when referring to the MHC genes a term he seems to have devised for this book but which as far as I know is not used by other scientists researching this field To make matters worse andresumably to make it Boom punchier the title of the book uses the singular form ie the compatibility gene which suggests that a single gene is involved which is not the case But that s enough of the negatives On theositive side I was impressed that Davis had ersonally interviewed a good number of scientists when authoring this account Conseuently the en Good Morning, Buddha portraits that he includes undoubtedly contain information not likely to be found elsewhere For example from interviewing Eric Schadt a leading light in genomics I learned that he was the son of Christianarents who considered a college education to be worthless to the Personal Delivery point that when Schadt left the US Air Force to attend college his father reckoned he must have becomeossessed by the devil and should never again return home Incredible I thought that such attitudes ersisted into the late 20th century One of the. The Compatibility Gene takes readers on a global journey of discovery spanning 60 years involving scores of scientists and encompassing the history of transplants and immunology That journey has revealed aston. Best chapters for me examined the ways that sense can be made of genetic information in the development of new medicines It s been known for many years that most What I found really fascinating in this book are the stories of scientists who made all these discoveries and ushed the field of immunology further I ve learned some things about the immune system too of course although it really helps to already know the basic textbook stuff not a book for complete noobs definitely not But it s the social and ersonal context that really make it an interesting story even for a science student it is all too easy to forget that all the gazillions of Live Wire (Elite Ops, papers were written by real living breathing humans And even easier to overlook the effortsut into by eople who founded big fields such as immunology and did something really newAlso the epilogue is a gem I hope the author has some TEDtalks or something seems like he s actually hilarious A short compelling look at the immune system s "Major Histocompatibility Complex Davis Effectively "histocompatibility complex Davis effectively how the immune system recognises self and non self and thus effectively identifies disease within the body or on occasion fails to He also looks at the other ways that the compatibility genes affect our body for instance there is an interesting section on the impact of the immune system on regnancy He also details the major scientific achievements that led to these discoveries I could have done with slightly fewer appellations of hero to the admittedly tireless and brilliant scientists of his narrative but overall it was an enjoyable and informative read A little cheesy and dramatic but really interesting I m going to reface this by saying I read this a few years ago and some of the details may be hazy Overall I thought Davis did a great job of introducing a complex scientific topic in a Way Which Makes It which makes it to eople without a scientific background and overall this was an interesting read if a bit dryHowever than while reading any other non fiction science book I ve read reading The Compatibility Gene made me ainfully aware of the bias that women in science have historically faced and continue to face It s not that credit was taken away from women and given to men of course fewer women than men were involved in the discoveries detailed as always in the history of science just that there is a disparity in the way in which their ersonal lives were described I do not think this is Davis fault I am sure he was just working with the information available to him and that the Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl personal lives and voices of the male scientists included in this scientific story were well recorded than any female scientists involved All the same if women being sidelined is something which upsets you you might not enjoy this book I read this in a bit of aiecemeal fashion due to holidays so my impressions of it are robably a little scattered than usual It s basically a book which combines immunology and genetics and even some neurology to discuss the way certain genes work in humans Since that s right up my street I found this fascinating although I found some chapters really slow goingOne thing I m not 100% a fan of is the ersonal details about some of the scientists because it s not really relevant Whether a female scientist Public Policy Making prioritises children or her career doesn t have any effect on the. Ishing links between who we are as individuals and our never ceasing struggle to survive disease Most of the 25000 genes weossess are the same for all of us Compatibility genes are those that vary most from. ,



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