Immunology

GMS BT 408

Prereq: BT 342 (Cell Bio) and BT 413 (Mol Bio) or consent of program director. Cell culture techniques and knowledge of genetics is recommended. This course emphasizes the molecular and cellular interactions involved in immune response. Topics covered include innate immunity, antibody structure and function; applications of monoclonal antibodies in biotechnology and medicine; gene rearrangements in Band T cells; cellular cooperation and the role of MHC; tolerance; and immunopathology (hypersensitivity, autoimmunity, transplantation, AIDS, cancer immunity and immunotherapy). Lab techniques include Flow Cytometry (FACs), ELISA, cell proliferation and death, and assays of immune function.

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Sypek R ARR M 5:30 pm-8:30 pm 72 East Concord
R 1016
Prerequisites:
GMS Bt 342 &
GMS Bt 413
MED Campus

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