BIOS304 : Immunology

An introduction of concepts in immunology and their role and importance in various human diseases. Topics that may be included, but not limited to, are development of the immune system, structure and function of cellular and humoral components, immune responses to infections, vaccine development, tumors, autoimmune disorders, allergies, and immune deficiencies and AIDS.

Prerequisites

BIOS203 Anatomy and Physiology I and BIOS204 Anatomy and Physiology II OR BIOS234 Anatomy and BIOS235 Physiology; or BIOS110 General Biology and BIOS120 Cell Biology.

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Credits

3