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03-441 The Molecular Biology of Prokaryotes

Department:Biological Sciences
Prerequisites:(03-231 or 03-232) AND 03-330
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The course covers an introduction to the basic molecular techniques used in modern biology research. These are discussed against a background of the molecular and genetic analysis of prokaryotic microorganisms with particular attention to certain selected topics. Among the topics covered are: the transcriptional and translational regulation of gene expression at the molecular level in Escherichia coli, the use of prokaryotic replicons in molecular cloning, and the principles of self-assembly and catalyzed assembly of virus particles.

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  Spring 2005 times

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A 9:30 - 10:20 am M Berget BH 235B Add course to my schedule
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