Advanced Molecular Biology Lecture

GMS BT 443

Prereq: GMS BT 413 (Mol Bio) or consent of program director. This course evaluates how cutting-edge technologies in molecular biology contribute to unraveling gene function and biological processes. Students read, discuss and present original research papers about transcriptional regulation, intracellular signaling pathways, cell cycling, apoptosis, cancer, and DNA repair. Technologies discussed include microarrays, RNA silencing, inducible gene expression systems, reporter gene assays, mutagenesis, use of green fluorescent protein for life cell imaging, the creation of transgenic and knockout animals, the Cre/Lox system, and the use of biological databases. Great opportunity to develop and improve your PowerPoint presentation skills.

SPRG 2015 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Doerre L 209 M 5:30 pm-8:30 pm 72 East Concord
L 209
Prerequisite:
Molecular Bio
or equivalent
Mts w/GMS BT443
MED Campus

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