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BIOL 4570 Principles of Immunology (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

An introductory survey of the immune system, this course will examine the development and deployment of immunity from a molecular and cellular perspective. Topics will include innate versus adaptive immunity, B and T cell activation, antibodies and antigens, and immunological memory. Modern experimental techniques and the immune system's roles in infectious disease, cancer and autoimmune disease will also be discussed.


Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: BIOL 2040 and additional coursework in molecular cell biology (such as BIOL 3040, BIOL 4140, BIOL 4400)

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Last Updated: 09-Jun-14