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Immunology is an integrative branch of the medical sciences that draws upon the more traditional disciplines of Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Pathology, and Biochemistry. In essence, Immunology is the study of the physiological responses that result when foreign (i.e. non-self) materials are introduced into a vertebrate organism such as man. Recent major advances in the understanding of the cellular and molecular basis of the immune response promise to provide a new generation of prophylactic, therapeutic and diagnostic reagents of relevance to human and animal health.

The Department of Immunology is dedicated to excellence in research and teaching. It strives to provide a central focus for both basic and clinical research within the community of Immunologists in Toronto.

Recent Submissions

Regulation of Canonical and Non-canonical NF kappa B Signalling in Lymphocytes by the Bcl10-MALT1 Complex

Mechanism of Mismatch Repair Induced Mutagenesis in Somatic Hypermutation

Nod1 and Nod2 in Innate Immune Responses, Adaptive Immunity and Bacterial Infection

Analysis of Adipose CD4+ TCR alpha/beta T cells in Obesity-associated Insulin Resistance

The Regulation of Expression of Hemokinin-1


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