PHA 6582-Mammalian Molecular Biology
This course will focus on the principles of modern molecular biology and biochemistry and expand on the concepts you may have already encountered in other classes in this program. The content will also include the application of experimental techniques and procedures routinely used in this field.
|Module 1||DNA Structure and DNA Protein Interactions|
|Module 2||Enzymes of DNA Metabolism|
|Module 3||Clones and Cloning|
|Module 4||Molecular Biology Techniques|
|Module 5||Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic DNA Replication|
|Module 6||Special Recombination, Transposition, Site Directed Mutagenesis|
|Module 7||DNA Repair Mechanisms|
|Module 8||Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Transcription|
|Module 9||Epigenetics, DNA Methylation and Imprinting|
|Module 10||Eukaryotic RNA Processing|
|Module 11||Eukaryotic RNA Processing|
|Module 12||Cancer; Growth Factors; RNA Tumor Viruses; Oncogenes; Tumor Suppressors; Chromosomal Abnormalities|
Spring and Summer
$575 per credit hour plus student fees
Questions regarding course content?
Contact the course instructor Nancy Toffolo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Questions about the application and registration process?
Molecular Biology of the Cell
Author: Bruce Alberts, et al.
Publisher: Garland Science; 6th edition (2014)
There is also a loose-leaf edition of this text that is also acceptable to use: ISBN number: 9780815345244
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