RBF2300 - Microbiology 1
RBF2330 - Cell Biology
|1.||Critically review the adaptive and innate immune response to pathogens in vertebrates;|
|2.||Deduce and discriminate strategies of defence against pathogens in prokaryotes and eukaryotes;|
|3.||Experiment with several immunology-based laboratory techniques including the ELISA assay, Western Blot and Immuno-diffusion assay;|
|4.||Appraise and synthesise relevant scientific literature;|
|5.||Investigate the principles of biosafety and bioethics within the context of cell biology practice.|
|Examination||Written Examination (3 hours duration)||50%|
Immunobiology: the immune system in health and disease. 8th
Janeway, CA, Travers, P, Walport, M, Shlomchik, MJ. (2014)
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