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Antibody simulation module developed for use in MLS 226: Introduction to Clinical Immunology and Molecular Diagnostics. The module was designed to reinforce lecture material and was developed utilizing SimTutor software.

Learning outcomes:

  1. Define antibody.
  2. Differentiate between innate and adaptive immunity.
  3. Differentiate between cellular and humoral immunity.
  4. Describe the four pathways of antibody acquisition.
  5. Identify the three functions of an antibody.
  6. Identify and describe the structure of an antibody including the following components and regions: light chain, heavy chain, constant region, variable region, Fc Fragment, Fab Fragment, and hinge region.
  7. List the antibody classes and their key features.
  8. Differentiate between the primary and secondary immune response.

Course Level: Intermediate Undergraduates

Public Link to SimTutor module here

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