BIO 250 - Immunology4
This course provides students with a broad introductory background in human immunology. Structure and function of the various components of the immune system will be covered. Topics covered include: humoral and cell-mediated immunity; immunological techniques (such as ELISA, RIA, IFA, and monoclonal antibody production) and the genetic basis of the immune response. The course is required for an associate degree in Biotechnology. 3 hours lecture/3 hours laboratory
Prerequisite(s): Certificate in Biotechnology or permission of the instructor
General Education Elective(s): Science
Intensive Value(s): Multicultural/Global Awareness
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