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Course Title: Immunology and Serology
Immunology is the study of the human body’s immune response to foreign antigens and disease. Serology is the study of constituents in serum that can be used for detection of disease and monitoring of therapy through serological laboratory testing.
Course Credits: 4 Units
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After complete this subject, the students should be able to have knowledge immune response characteristics of various infectious diseases and have skill in serological diagnosis testing.
1. Discuss in general terms the immune system from a historical perspective.
2. List the various mechanisms classed as innate immunity/adaptive immunity and discuss their role in host defenses
3. Describe the characteristics of antigens
4. Describe the differences in the way T cells and B cells recognize antigens
5. Describe the structure of the five classes of antibody molecules
6. Compare the role of the primary and secondary lymphoid tissue. 7. Describe the process of Phagocytosis
8. Define the term “Titer”.
9. Describe the principles of agglutination and precipitation.
10. Perform the following serologic test:
a. RPR (Rapid Plasma Reagin)
b. VDRL (Venereal Disease Research Laboratory)
c. CRP (C Reactive Protein)
d. IM (Infectious Mononucleosis)
e. RA (Rheumatoid Arthritis)
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Specific Objectives| Content| Methodologies/ Strategies| Values Infused| Time Frame| Evaluation| First PrelimAt the end of this First Prelim Grading Period, the Student should be able to: 1. Define the term Immunology 2. Explain the functions of the immune system 3. Describe the first line of defense, natural immunity, and adaptive immunity as body defense systems against microbial diseases 4. Compare innate and adaptive immunity 5. Define the term Antigen and Antibody 6. Name and describe the char. of each Immunoglobulin classes 7. Draw an describe a typical Immunoglobulin G (IgG) molecular structure 8. Name the four phases of an Antibody response 9. Describe the characteristics of a Primary and Secondary (anamnestic) responseSecond PrelimAt the end of this Second Prelim Grading Period, the Student should be able to: 1. Describe the general functions of Granulocytes, Monocytes-Macrophages, and Lymphocytes and Plasma Cell as components of the immune system 2. Explain the process of Phagocytosis 3. Discuss the role of monocytes-macrophages in cellular immunity 4. Name and describe the function of Primary and Secondary Lymphoid Tissue 5. Explain the function of T Lymphocytes in Immunity 6. Explain the function of B Lymphocytes in Immunity 7. Name and compare the three complement activation 8. Describe the mechanisms and consequences of complement activation 9. Explain the biologic functions of the complement systemMidtermAt the end of this Midterm Grading Period, the Student should be able to: 1. Explain the methods of Agglutination 2. Identify and compare the characteristics of agglutination methods 3. Describe the characteristics of graded agglutination...