16140:IMMUNOLOGY & CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY

An overview over the human body's immune defenses precedes the study of factors that impact immune mechanisms. In addition, the theoretical and practical basis of clinical microbiology: structure, classification, genetics, control, cultivation and identification of typical species of bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites, as well as interactions between microorganisms and the immune system are introduced.

Credits: 3.50
Lecture Hours: 3.00
Lab Hours: 1.00

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