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(3 3 cr.) - Session(s): Spring | Course Every Year

This course is designed to give students exposure to the fundamental concepts of human immunology. Course topics include the history of the discipline, innate and adaptive immunity, antigen recognition, B-cell and T-cell maturation and selection, the complement cascade response and control and manipulation of the immune system. Special topics on human immune diseases, including autoimmunity and immunodeficiency, will be discussed.  Additionally, the course will explore practical applications of immunology in laboratory, diagnostic and public health settings. Prerequisites: BIO 110/151, BIO 251, CHE 111/141, CHE 112/142

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141 Johnson Hall
(919) 760-8593