BI 457 Principles of Immunology (Fall: 3)

Prerequisite: BI204 and additional coursework in molecular cell biology (such as BI304, BI414, or BI440)
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 vs. 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.
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