A quick little overview of the basic structures and processes that make up our immune systems. Perfect for medical students taking an introductory course or wanting to review the basics before beginning clinical immunology.
Immunohistology — white blood cells, the locations and composition of their tissues, and their movements throughout the body.
Immunogenetics and immunoglobulin structure — structures, rearrangements, generation of diversity, antigen-antibody interactions, detection techniques
Development, cytokines, inflammation
The complement system
Immunopathology— deficiences, hypersensitivity, autoimmunity