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BIOL 36600 - Immunology

Course Credit: 1.25
(BCMB)
This course will investigate concepts in immunology from a physiological and molecular perspective. Topics to be covered include the lymphatic system and the lymphoid organs, immune cell development and function, antibody structure and function, specific and nonspecific response to infections, allergy, hypersensitivity and other immunological disorders, transplantation immunology, vaccination, and immunological applications in biotechnology. Laboratory exercises will focus on basic immunological techniques such as antibody-antigen interactions, antibody production, and cellular response to infection. Recommended: Organic Chemistry. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 11200 , minimum grade C-, and BIOL 20200 , minimum grade C-; or permission of instructor Annually.