Easiness of explication, from elementary level to higher.
Links to the best immunology sites for details.
Small excursions into cell biology, molecular biology, genetics and microbiology if required to better understanding basic immunology.
Lots of animations and images.
Interactive assays and case histories.
Quizzes for self-control.
Opportunity to consult the Author.
Opportunity to have the Certificate after the online exam.
Microsoft Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP, Macintosh Mac or others
Internet Explorer 6.X (better) or Netscape Navigator 5.X
Flash Player plus Shockwave Player
Screen Resolution of 1024 x 768 (better)
Cascading Style Sheets
To progress through the Multimedia
Course, you can click any link or select an option from table of contents. Common symbols
used on the pages:
All the images, animations and text material included on the
Multimedia Course belong to the Author, Prof. V.V. Klimov. They are provided to students and
specialists for educational purposes only. Visitors and subscribers may cache the Multimedia Course contents
on the hard drive of their computer but no one may reproduce or repackage any of the content
of the Multimedia Course without the express written or e-mailed consent of the author.
Some logos and images used on the course as links, which are property of other institutions
and authors, used only to convey the use of their products in creating or viewing this page.
All such logos and images as well as photographs remain the property of their original
owners and are not the property of the author.
The Author's purpose and ambition is to create a really up-to-date
Multimedia Course, which would be easy for study by students and non-immunologists and could
systematize immunobiology knowledge, including "classical" body (basic in the First part
and clinical in the Second Part), immunological informatics, or immunology computer science (in the Third Part), own ideas
of the Author, and new exciting trends. That is why the Course as a knowledge base, or
"bioinformatic travel" around the great science of immunology, contains so many links.
The Author as educator, physician and webmaster in a person continuously fulfils this hard work for you.