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MOL 431 Advanced Topics in Developmental Neurobiology**

Eggenschwiler


Contemporary approaches to the study of neural development, emphasizing genetic and molecular techniques. Topics include generation, patterning, differentiation, migration and survival of neurons and glia, axon growth and guidance, target selection, synapse formation/elimination, activity-dependent remodeling of connectivity, and the relationship between neural development and behavior. Reading will be mainly from the primary literature with textbook reading provided for background. Classroom participation is required.

Prerequisites: MOL 342 or MOL 348 or permission from the instructor.


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