718303 VO Immunbiologie I

winter semester 2020/2021 | Last update: 03.11.2020 Place course on memo list
718303
VO Immunbiologie I
VO 1
1,5
weekly
annually
German

The aim of this lecture is to get an overview on basic mechanisms of immunity and to understand interactions between the individual immune cells and humoral components.

This lecture describes humoral and cellular components of the innate and adaptive immune systems of mammals/humans, as well as primary and secondary lymphoid organs. The function of granulocytes, antigen-presenting cells, NK cells, T and B cells, as well as their interactions are discussed. Examples of the consequences of increased/decreased immunity are given.

lecture, powerpoint presentation; all materials accessible in OLAT

written

- Abbas et al. Cellular and Molecular Immunology - Janeway's Immunobiology (Murphy et al.)

not applicable

THIS LECTURE WILL NOT TAKE PLACE DURING THE WINTERTERM 2019/2020.

PLEASE VISIT THE EQUIVALENT LECTURE "IMMUNOLOGY" (746154) IN SUMMER 2020!

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