Principles of Immunology (MCIM 321.3)

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MCIM 321 02 January 2017 Peter Bretscher (primary instructor)
 
MCIM 321 02 January 2016 Peter Bretscher (primary instructor)

Description

Considers the cellular, molecular and genetic mechanisms responsible for the physiological functioning of the immune system. Topics include the clonal selection theory, the structure and diversity of antibody molecules, the MHC-restricted recognition of antigen by T cells and the regulation of the immune response.

Prerequisite(s)

BMSC 200, 210.

Note

Recommended to be taken concurrently with MCIM 390. Students with credit for MICR 421 may not take this course for credit.

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