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 Brief Table of Contents

 THE FIRST PART
 Chapter 1
FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION
OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
 Chapter 2
ORGANS AND CELLS
OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
 Chapter 3
MOLECULES
OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
 Chapter 4
THE IMMUNE RESPONSES
 Chapter 5
REGULATION OF THE IMMUNE PROCESSES
 Chapter 6
EFFECTOR ACTIVITY
 Chapter 7
THE IMMUNOLOGICAL METHODS

 THE SECOND PART


   ONLINE MULTIMEDIA COURSE IN IMMUNOBIOLOGY
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Welcome to the approved credit Multimedia Course, which is currently used for eLearning immunology worldwide! Lots of text material, images, animations, links, quizzes, case histories and interactive assays help medical, biological, veterinary and informatics students as an eligible guide-book in immunology ocean. The course is basically designed to undergraduate university students. However, it may be exploited for college students too. The online certificate is automatically generating after a student passes the online exam. The First Part (5 credit points) emphasizes fundamental knowledge, current concepts and vocabulary in immunology. The Second Part is focused on pathogeneses and basic therapeutical protocols in clinical immunology and allergy. The Third Part is devoted to immunatics, or immunology computer science.

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