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Is anyone else interested in the 7.340 course Under the Radar Screen: How Bugs Trick our Immune Defenses? I'd like to find a study partner or group.

MIT OCW Biology
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I am new to MIT opencourse, but would be interested in taking - how bugs trick our immune system. I am just trying to figure out how you obtain the readings??
i would like to do it aswell
Sorry, I haven't been on here in awhile, but I was able to obtain most of the readings by putting the name of the journal in a search engine. All of the articles from JEM, for example, are available online. The ones I wasn't able to access became accessible when I used the guest Wi-Fi at a public university, so if you have any trouble finding them I would recommend doing that.

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