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BIO-541Cellular Immunology (3)
Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate
Current concepts of the immune response at the cellular level. Structure and function of the T-lymphocyte, B-lymphocyte, macrophages, and ancillary cells. Theories of antibody diversity and the cellular basis of immunoglobulin formation. Cellular aspects of immunologic tolerance, hypersensitivity, surveillance, and clinical immunology. Review of the current literature. Usually offered alternate springs (odd years). Prerequisite: BIO-300 or graduate standing.