HSC 375 - Clinical Immunology
(3 cr.) This immunology course examines topics related to the immune system, particularly the human immune system. Students examine and discuss the current understanding of the immune response. The immune system is designed to differentiate self and non-self and does so via both the innate and the adaptive immune systems. The two arms of the adaptive immune system, humoral immunity and cellular immunity, are discussed in detail. A considerable effort is spent on immunodeficiencies, immunotherapies and immunopathologies. Students may receive credit for BMS 375 or HSC 375, but not both. Prerequisite: BMS 213, BMS 370 or BIO 102; Every Year, Spring and Summer Online

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