Feb 29, 2024  
2018 Undergraduate Catalog 1.2 (SUMMER - FALL) 
    
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BIO 453 - Molecular Biology (0,4)

This course focuses on how nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) interact with proteins to regulate a variety of cellular processes. Emphasis will be placed on the molecular mechanisms of DNA replication, mutation and repair, transcription, protein synthesis, gene regulation, RNA biology, epigenetics, and genomics in eukaryotes and prokaryotes. Topics in modern molecular biology and applications of techniques in a variety of fields ranging from medicine to agriculture will be integrated into the course. Laboratories employ techniques in modern recombinant DNA technology and its applications. Prerequisite(s); if any: BIO 321  or Permission of Instructor.



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