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Immunology I & II

This two-part series will provide a fundamental understanding of immunology-focused research. This course will give a comprehensive overview of basic immunology, beginning with innate immune responses and followed by a study of the main aspects of acquired immunity. Important topics will include: specific interactions of target cells and T cells that are regulated by the MHC molecule and peptide antigens on the target cell and the antigen specific T cell receptor, generation and molecular structure of B and T cell antigen receptors, signaling through immune receptors, the development of antigen specific T and B cells, and specific roles of some cytokines/lymphokines.

 

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Weill Cornell Medicine
Graduate School of Medical Sciences
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