To provide the student with a theoretical understanding of immunology and develop skills to enable the student to perform tests routinely performed in a clinical diagnostic immunology laboratory.
General principles; Cells and organs of the immune system; Antigens; Immunoglobulins; Antigen-antibody reactions; Major histocompatibility complex; Antigen processing and presentation; T cell receptor; T cell maturation, activation and differentiation; B cell generation; Cytokines; Complement; Cell mediated effector responses; Leukocyte migration and inflammation; Hypersensitivity; Vaccines; Primary immunodeficiencies; Secondary immunodeficiencies; Immunopathology and immunodiagnosis; Autoimmune diseases; Transplantation; Cancer.
Goldsby, RA., Kindt, TJ., Osborne, BA and Kuby, J. 2007, Immunology, 6th edn, W.H. Freeman and Co.
|INTERNAL, CITY EAST
||2 hours x 13 weeks
||1 hour x 13 weeks
||4 hours x 6 weeks
Note: These components may or may not be scheduled in every study period. Please refer to the timetable for further details.
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