BI320 - Immunology

Examines molecular and cellular basis of immune function including molecular and cellular components of immune responses; immunity to infectious diseases, allergy and tolerance, immunodeficiency; autoimmune disease; cancer immune- surveillance; transplantation immunology; and immunotherapy. Weekly three-hour laboratory emphasizes techniques used in clinical immunology studies and research.



BI101, BI282, and CH110 with a C or better.
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