BIO 310: Immunology

Discipline: Biology

Credit Hours: 3

An introductory course in immunology in which the basic principlesand concepts are stressed. Topics to be studied include the nature of antigens, haptens, immunoglobulins, and complement and their interactions; the structure, behavior, and interactions of the cell types involved in the immune response; natural resistance and acquired immunity; immune tolerance; allergies; autoimmunity; immune deficiencies; and the histocompatibility complex.

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