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2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BI 337 Immunobiology

This course is a study of the cellular and molecular components involved in specific and nonspecific immune responses and regulation. In-depth discussion of experimental evidence is used to establish our present interpretations of immune mechanisms. Topics include hematopoiesis, lymphocyte maturation and activation, somatic recombination, isotype switching, hypersensitivity, transplantation, autoimmunity, AIDS and immunological techniques. Oral presentations and critical analyses of research articles are included.

Three class hours weekly and special projects (no laboratory).

Prerequisite: BI 204  and BI 242 , CH 101 /CH 111 , and CH 102 /CH 112 ; or written permission of the instructor and Department Chair. BI 325  is recommended.