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MIC 512LEC Graduate Immunology
Introductory lecture course; covers Anatomy and function of the immune system, cell interactions, antibody structure and function, antigen-antibody reactions, cell-mediated immunity, and biological effects of immunological reactions. Discuss immune defense and immunophathology as it relates to allergy/hypersensitivity, inflammation, innate immunity, mucosal immunity, vaccines and tumor immunity. An understanding of the principles of biochemistry, molecular and cell biology is necessary; students lacking this background may have difficulty with this course.
2 Grading: Graded (GRD) Typically Offered:Varies Prerequisites: Successful completion of BCH 503 Or BMS 515 AND BMS 516 with a grade of B or better.