CONJ 537: Mechanisms of Transcriptional Regulation

Description

A five-week graduate survey course concentrating on biochemical mechanisms of gene transcription. The course will cover a broad range of transcriptional regulation including: Mechanisms of transcriptional initiation; Regulation of transcription by chromatin; Transcriptional regulation, development and diseases in mammals. Offered in even numbered years.
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Details

Credits:

1.5

Quarter:

Autumn

Weeks:

6-10

Location:

Fred Hutch

Time:

3-4:40pm

Foundational For:

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  • Gene Expression, Cell Cycle & Chromosome Biology

Elective For:

  • Genetics, Genomics & Evolution

Course Attributes:

  • Lecture