BIO 335 Immunology

Explores the principles of basic immunology with an emphasis on the host response at the molecular level. Topics include innate and specific acquired immunity, antigens and antibodies, organs and cells of the immune system, immune dysfunction and prophylaxis. Laboratory sessions include the purification and detection methods of antibody and antigen, isolation of immune cell subpopulations and enzyme immunoassays. Laboratory included.

Credits

4 credits

Prerequisite

A grade of C or better in BIO 203, BIO 230, and CHEM 116, and CHEM 116L

Offered

Spring, odd years

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