CONJ 531: Signaling Mechanisms in Excitable Cells

Description

Mechanisms of cellular signaling, particularly in nerve and muscle. Electrical, chemical, and mechanical signaling in the cell that lead to processes such as electrical excitability, action potentials, and muscle contraction. Prerequisite: Comprehensive undergraduate course in general biochemistry and molecular biology, or permission of instructor.
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Details

Instructor:

William N. Zagotta

Credits:

1.5

Quarter:

Autumn

Weeks:

1-5

Location:

UW

Time:

12-12:00am

Foundational For:

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  • Cell Signaling & Cell/Environment Interactions

Elective For:

  • Neuroscience

Course Attributes:

  • Lecture