Course - Immunology - IBAB2003
IBAB2003 - Immunology
New from the academic year 2021/2022
Lessons are not given in the academic year 2021/2022
Immunology: the immune-system structure and organization soluble molecules and innate immunity adaptive immunity antibodies and antibody specificity lymphocytes and antigen recognition antigen processing and development of effector-cells regulation of the immune response immunity to microorganisms vaccines Laboratory work, immunological techniques: agglutination and precipitation cell differentiation antigen cell separation quantitative tests for immunoglobulin
Learning outcome - Knowledge: On completion of the course, the students have achieved basic knowledge of the Immunological system, and can explain the basic regulation mechanisms of the immunological responses. Learning outcome - Skills: In the laboratory work, the student should explain basic principles of agglutination, precipitation, cell differentiation antigen, cell separation, quantitative tests for immunoglobulins. The students should be able to perform these tests. Learning outcome - Competence: Students should obtain a general competence about the human body's resistance to interventions from bacteria and viruses
Learning methods and activities
Pedagogiske metoder: Lectures. Compulsory laboratory work Obligatoriske arbeidskrav: Compulsory laboratory work, with compulsory written or oral reports.
- Mandatory assignments
Recommended previous knowledge
Cell biology, biochemistry, medical laboratory technology I, anathomy
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Intermediate course, level II
Language of instruction: Norwegian
- Medical laboratory technology
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