Innate Immune System
Innate Immune System

Innate Immune System

by Peter Delves, PhD

Get a better overview of the innate immune system!

The innate immune system is a vital topic, necessary in enable a good understanding of the human immune system. Dr. Peter Delves will help you learn all the details:

  • Get a quick introduction to the innate immune response
  • Learn all about pattern recognition receptors and
  • Learn all about inflammation

Use these lectures and corresponding download material, e.g. presentation slides and related articles, to deepen your knowledge of immunology.

Course Details

  • Videos 8
  • Duration 0:49 h
  • Quiz questions 30
  • Articles 1


Your Educators of course Innate Immune System

 Peter Delves, PhD

Peter Delves, PhD

Peter Delves, Professor Emeritus of Immunology and former Vice Dean (Education) of the Faculty of Medical Sciences at University College London, is not only editor of two encyclopedias but also author of several textbooks and laboratory manuals. His special interest lies in improving an understanding of immunology through both web-based education and face-to-face interaction.

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By Rafael N. on 18. June 2020 for Acute Inflammation

good, I really like the information, thank u Dr., bla bla bla bla bla

Top explanation!
By Benjamin Q. on 30. May 2020 for Chronic Inflammation

I love how he explain things, he's so clear and easy to understand!

Excellent explanation of inflammasome
By Eleonora M. on 05. April 2020 for Inflammatory Signaling and Inflammasomes

Dr Delves explains in very clear ways, very complex matters. I appreciate the practical examples used during his lectures. He is clear, to the point and really comprehensive.

PRR lecture
By Sayed H. on 04. August 2019 for Innate Immune System

the lecturer's voice is calm while explaining, but still manages to show enthusiasm, which is good, however i disliked the lecture about the types of PRR as I didn't know what exactly to take from it and it was just a memorization of random 3 lettered words.