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Immunology

Description

  • To discuss the structure, functions and integration of immune system.
  • To explain the antigen-antibody interactions and how the immune system is protecting the body from foreign pathogens/germs.
  • To explain various techniques of monoclonal and engineered antibodies (important therapeutic molecules) production, for treating most of the human diseases.

What Will I Learn?

  • The students after completing the course would be aware of immune system structure and functions.
  • The students would be aware of immunity to various pathogens
  • The students would be aware of the principles behind the production of therapeutic/ diagnostic molecules.
  • The students would be aware of the concepts and mechanism behind tumour development, allergy and hypersensivity reactions.

Topics for this course

5 Lessons50h

IMMUNOLOGY

Lesson 1-INTRODUCTION TO IMMUNE SYSTEM
Lesson 2-HUMORAL AND CELLULAR IMMUNITY
Lesson 3-IMMUNITY AGAINST PATHOGENS AND TUMORS
Lesson 4-IMMUNE TOLERANCE AND HYPERSENSITIVITY
Lesson 5-APPLIED IMMUNOLOGY

About the instructor

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518 Courses

3 students

Free

Material Includes

  • Peter J Delves, Seamus J Martin, Dennis R Burtn and Ivan M Roitt., Roitts Essential Immunology, 13th Edition, Wiley –Blackwell, 2016.
  • Judith a Owen, Jenni Punt and Sharon A Stranford, Kuby Immunology, Macmillan Internation, 7th Edition, 2012
  • Ashim K. Chakravarthy, Immunology, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2006.

Requirements

  • B.E/Diploma Students Can Pursue this Course

Target Audience

  • All Engineering Students Can Participate