BIOL 433A - Immunology
Semester Hours: Three
This course explores fundamental concepts of the immune system for host defense, normal physiology, and pathogenesis of selected diseases and clinical situations. Attention is given to major immune components, including innate and adaptive arms, immune cell populations, and immune system mediators. Use of scientific literature and case studies will reinforce classroom content.
Term Offered: Fall, On-Demand
Prerequisite: BIOL 371 + BIOL 373 Microbiology
Recommended Prerequisite:BIOL 423 Cell Biology
Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 431A Immunology Laboratory
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