BIOC 503

3 credits

Biochemistry: This course, presented in lecture format, emphasizes the molecular, genetic and structure function events that occur in the humoral immune response. Interleukins and other mediators of inflammation, a field in which rapid changes are occurring, are discussed. The clinical significance of fundamental biochemical findings is described.

Offered by: Biochemistry

  • Terms
    • Winter 2018
  • Instructors
    • Joseph Shuster


Students must attend first lecture for seminar assignment. Contact course coordinator.


Consult Minerva's Class Schedule for date, time and location.

Statement on Academic Integrity

"No student shall, with intent to deceive, represent the work of another person as his or her own in any academic writing, essay, thesis, research report, project or assignment submitted in a course or program of study or represent as his or her own an entire essay or work of another, whether the material so represented constitutes a part or the entirety of the work submitted."