Immunology is the study of the immune system and its cells and is an important branch of the medical and biological sciences. The immune system functions by protecting body from infection through different (Innate vs Adaptive) lines of defense.
Most components of the immune system are cellular and are not affiliated with a specific organ. They are usually circulating in various tissues located throughout the body to protect the body against foreign invaders.
In this course we are going to discuss the overview of immune system and its components followed by the organization and their expression. We are also going to discuss the principles of antigen interactions and the types of cells in details. The course also deals with the mechanism of transplantation immunology and the immune evasion mechanisms of cancer cells.
Our aim is to cover the curriculum of immunology for medical studies all over the world.