Immunopathogenesis of Microbial Infections (MCIM 823.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
MCIM 823 02 January 2017 Peter Bretscher , Calliopi Havele (primary instructor)
 
MCIM 823 02 January 2016 Peter Bretscher , Volker Gerdts , Calliopi Havele (primary instructor)

Description

Considers how the activation of innate and adaptive immune mechanisms by microbial infections contribute to pathology. Topics include basic mechanisms of immune-cell migration and inflammation, functions of cytokines, antibody and cell-mediated hypersensitivity reactions and their role in disease processes as seen in allergies and autoimmunity. A portion is devoted transplantation immunology and to regulation of the immune response to tumors and parasites.

Formerly

MICR 823

Prerequisite(s)

MCIM 321 (formerly MICR 421) or equivalent.

Note

Students with credit for MICR 823 may not take this course for credit.

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