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Calvin University Course Info

Grand Rapids, Michigan


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BIOL 333

Immunology and Hematology

How does the human body defend against pathogens? How does our defense system distinguish between our own cells and foreign invaders? This study of immunology examines mechanisms underlining the intricate work of the defense network including the innate and adaptive immune systems. Practical topics such as vaccines, AIDS, allergy, transplantation, and autoimmunity also will be discussed. The course includes lectures, class discussions of scientific papers, labs, and an independent research project. Hematologic concepts and practices are addressed in laboratory sessions

Units: 4.0

BIOL 161 - Cellular and Genetic Systems