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Undergraduate Courses/Fall

MOL 101B From DNA to Human Complexity

Thieringer, Wieschaus

This lecture and laboratory course will acquaint non-biology majors with the theory and practice of modern molecular biology, with a focus on biological topics of current public interest. Topics include: structure of DNA, RNA, proteins, genomes and an overview of state-of-the-art technologies including cloning, recombinant DNA and PCR. The course will address how recent scientific advances impact issues relevant to human biology including understanding how genes control complex patterns of cell differentiation and the origins of mutations and inherited defects.

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