Course Description

One-half course for one semester. A discussion of the properties of innate and adaptive immunity, the cells of the immune system, antibody structure and function, antigen recognition, lymphocyte activation, and immunity to microbes. Topics also covered will include immunodeficiency and AIDS, and transplantation. An inquiry-based laboratory exercise will be required. Prerequisite: Biology 101, 102, and one of Biology 358 or 372. Lecture-laboratory-conference.

Course Instructor

The course is taught by Jay Mellies.