IMM428H1/IMM1428H - Molecular Immunology
This course will focus on the molecular and cellular biology of immune recognition. The course will emphasize historical and recent experimental evidence leading to our current understanding of immune recognition. Subtopics are subject to change and have recently included mechanisms of diversification of immunoglobulin receptors, T cell –MHC interactions, T cell activation and signaling mechanisms; receptors of the innate immune system, immune recognition by natural killer cells.
Note: Graduate students in this course will have to complete additional requirements. Details are available in the course syllabus.
Dr. Tania H. Watts
BCH210H1/BCH242Y1, IMM350H1/IMM351H1 (IMM334Y1/IMM335Y1)
IMM428-1428 Course Outline 2016.pdf (161.33 KB)