GENOME 553: Advanced Genetic Analysis

Description

Explores genetic analysis as a powerful approach for dissecting complex biological processes. Covers how scientists use selective removal, addition, or alteration of specific proteins to: identify and order genes in a pathway; define protein function; determine tissue, temporal, and sub-cellular requirements for activity; and distinguish among competing hypotheses to explain biological phenomena.
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Details

Instructor:

Celeste Berg

Credits:

1.5

Quarter:

Spring

Weeks:

1-10

Location:

UW

Time:

-

Foundational For:

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  • Genetics, Genomics & Evolution

Course Attributes:

  • Graded
  • Discussion