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Internal structure of the cell, molecules of the cell, metabolism, respiration and photosynthesis, cell-cell signaling, cell division, Mendelian inheritance, molecular biology of the gene, DNA technology, chemical signals in plants and animals, phylogeny and systematic introduction to ecosystems.
First Year
  
for biology students 0304102 for medical analysis students This course aims to introduce the student to concepts of immunology. Including basic components of innate and acquired immunity, genetic basis of antibody diversity, mechanisms of immune response both humoral and cell mediated, role of major histocompatibilty complex (MHC) in immune response, biology of T- and B- lymphocytes, cytokines and complement system. Moreover, the course will cast a light on special cases of immune-disfunctions such as hypersensitivity, autoimmunity and immunodeficiencies. The practical part of the course will introduce the student to basic immunological techniques. The protocols include those for the detection of antigen-antibody interactions, lymphocyte proliferation as well as flowcytometry.
Fourth Year