Immune System I: Basis of Innate and Adaptive Immunity HSCI 426 (4)
Basic organization of the immune system, including structure, function and genetics of antibodies, T-cell receptors, innate immune receptors, and the complement system; structure and function of lymphoid tissues. Development of cells and tissues involved in immune responses. Innate and adaptive antibody and cellular immune responses and their orchestration, including mucosal immunity. Prerequisite: MBB 331 with a minimum grade of C, or permission of the instructor. Students with credit for MBB 426 may not take this course for credit.