Theories and the integrative function
About theories and the integrative function of the immune system
The Immunologist 8/6, 141-146 (2000).
Abstract: In recent years, dendritic cells have been placed centrally in starting and shaping the immune response, and a number of complex theories have been proposed to explain the immune response to antigen. Here, Zlatko Dembic overviews the Danger, Stranger and Integrity theories among others, and provides a broad look at early immune responses.
(Note: the original web site of this Journal - The Immunologist - has been withdrawn. Despite a promise that the journal was due to be relaunched and subscriptions carried over at this time, this journal has disappeared from view. Hogrefe and Huber were the original publishers.)
I have added a link to the British Library who will provide a copy of this article, but at cost. It might be worth approaching the author direct (Zlatko Dembic).
Google Scholar citation pages for Zlako Dembic. This site lists his other work and these, below, are the ones about "integrity".