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Immunology (BSD20401)

This course teaches the basic principles of immune system function. The cells and factors which mediate the various types of immune responses, as well as their mechanisms of action in such processes as hypersensitivity reactions, inflammation, and neoplastic transformation, are described. Immunological principles are applied to the understanding of human disease, with emphasis placed on the eye, including the special nature of the intraocular immune response.

  • Lecture Hours: 30
  • Lab Hours: 0
  • Patient Care Hours: 0
  • Seminar / Online Hours: 0
  • Grade Type: Letter