This book has been completed exclusiely as pe the CBSC pattern syllabus and Discipline Specific Electives (DSE) ore subject for B.Sc. III year students of Godwana University,Gadchiroli.
The present syllabus of fifth semeste made as per the UGC norms. In this syllabus pattern thee are Discipline Specific Electives (DSE) subjects ae the coe papes and Skill Enhancement Courses (SE) along with DSE. Students have to choose two DSE papers out of four along with one SEC subject. Syllabus is framed to improve the quality and skills of the students with all respect. The new framework of syllabus is quite precise and valuable to the students. The main purpose of writing this book is to pesent the subject matte in a concise and easily understandeble from centralizinng the basic need of the students. It is our effort to make available an authentic and syllabus oriented standard studymaterial of the students and teaches. The material presened here is based on author experience and lectue notes, pepared from time to time.
This book includes-
Paper-I : Immunology Discipline Specifi Electives(DSE) (Core Paper IX)
Topic wise precise presentation according to paper question pattern is the exclusive featue of this book. Seveal necessary and illustative diagrams have been included in the text which help students to understand and grasp the idea quickly and easily.
Unit - I
1- A historical Perspective of Immunology
2- Introduction to basic concepts in immounology, Primary and secondary line od defense
3- Innate Immunity- Anatomical barriers to infection, Macrophages, Natural Killer (NK) Cells, Inflammatory response
4- Adaptive immunity- Cell Mediated Immunity and Humoral Immunity
Unit - II
1- Haematopoeisis - Lymphoid and Myloid lineage
2- Primary lymphoid organs - Bone Marrow, Thymus
3- Secondary lymphoid organs - Lymph node, Spleen, MALT, GALT, Peyer's patches
4- Interaction of antigen in secondary lymphoid organ
Unit - III
1- Basic properties of antigens, Haptens and adjuvants
2- B and T cell epitopes
3- Structure, classes and functions of antibodies
4- Monoclonal antibodies
Unit - IV
1- Structure and Functions of MHC I and II
2- Exogenous and endogenous pathways of antigen pres