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nan Course Description

Description: The laboratory component will consist of a series of practical activities on immunological disorders. Three such activities are required. These activities will be either external exposure to infectious agents, or internal exposure to immunologically active substances.

Fall 2006

Instructor Name: Lisa C. Berenbaum
Class Location:
Bldg #143
Lab 1307
Lisa C. Berenbaum
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The Immunology/Serology Lab courses are designed to provide the student with the fundamental knowledge and understanding of immunological concepts and methods. This includes the ability to: identify an immune response, understand and apply basic immunological principles, practice laboratory techniques to perform immunological assays, analyze experimental data, interpret results and communicate data. This course is designed for students intending to take either CLS 3807 – Immunology – Elective or CLS 3901 – Immunology – Independent Study. Students

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(mac) (2016). Immunology Lab 4. Immunology and Serology of Viral Infections with an emphasis on HIV. Topics include detection, identification, isolation, immunological properties, development and introduction of vaccines against viral infections.

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Prerequisites for CLS 3107 – Immunology/Serology Lab (nan)
Lab Fee $ 150.00

Course Profile

This course is designed to meet the requirements of a Medical Laboratory Technology program and to serve as a capstone laboratory course for Medical Laboratory Science graduates.

The laboratory is an essential component of the program’s curriculum and serves to reinforce laboratory skills and provide hands-on experience in areas such as chemical procedures, hematology, bacteriology, serology, tissue typing

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2007-04-12 2007-08-03 (2.0)
National Internal Exam (1.0)
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Laboratory exercises are designed to familiarize the student with a variety of practical laboratory procedures. Laboratory manuals are distributed prior to beginning each laboratory course. Students work in small groups, or individually, under the supervision of an instructor. The laboratory exercises provide students with a broad understanding of basic immunology principles and processes. Because the activities in CLS 3107 fall outside the scope of regular courses offered by other departments, and because CLS 3107 is a component for the major

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Session Time (CST) #1 Wednesday May 19, 2020 – 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM #2 Tuesday May 25, 2020 – 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Lab Time (CST) #3 Wednesday June 9, 2020 – 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM

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16 CLS 2105 – Speech Communication (nan)
17 CLS 2404 – Basic Conversation and Comprehension Skills (nan)
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Complete the Lab Journal in the lab book at least once before we meet. On Thursday, August 14th, complete your lab journal at least once before we meet.

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Course Information
Course Title Immunology/Serology Lab
Instructor Ms. Gail L. Smith, Ph.D., R.N.
Meeting Location and Time TBD
Lab Hours TBD
Credits 3
Discipline(s) Medical Technology and Nursing

Lab Description This laboratory course will introduce students to general immunology principles; include a basic introduction to the theory and applications of serology; and provide hands-on

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This course is an introduction to immunology, particularly focused on humoral and cellular immunity. The course begins with a review of the classical diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungi. Some of these pathogens have been eradicated through vaccines. However, some remain difficult to eradicate such as the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). In this context, we will review the state of the art in vaccine

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1. Explain the purpose of immunology laboratory and the importance of immunology in the study of human disease and pathogens.

2. Discuss how a variety of pathogenic organisms can cause disease, including viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and helminths.

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1. What is the correct order in which antibodies are produced?
A. IgM, IgG, IgA
B. IgG, IgM, IgA
C. IgG, IgM, IgA
D. Igm, Igm, Iga

2. Which of the following would be expected to increase the immune response?
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nan Week 3 Description

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Syllabus for the class will be posted in Canvas during the first week of classes and emailed to students.

This is a laboratory course designed to provide students with the experience in basic immunology and serology techniques. Students will be exposed to and apply general principles of immunology, including: cell biology, cell differentiation and evolution, inflammation, immune responses (humoral and cellular), and basic serology techniques. Each student will conduct a research project involving his/her own patients

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March 9, 2016

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– CLS 2108 – Anatomy and Physiology II (nan)

Graduate School Courses

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Course Description

A course on serology and immunology including basic virology, cell biology, molecular biology, techniques, experimental design and statistics.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

SLO1: Demonstrate the ability to read and interpret figures in scientific papers
SLO2: Demonstrate critical thinking

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An introduction to the use of ELISA for the detection and quantification of antigens in blood. Students will learn about the general principles of ELISA, and then practice using an enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) for the detection and quantification of different antigens.

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