BIO 270 - Foundations of Molecular Bio
This course is a foundational course for students interested in molecular and cellular biology. Students will examine the key paradigms of molecular cell biology such as mechanisms of gene expression, regulation of gene expression and the relationship between molecule structure and function. The laboratory will introduce students to the molecular approaches and techniques used to study gene expression. Methods used in lab will include recombinant DNA technology, transformation techniques, nucleic acid isolation and analysis and protein analysis.
Prerequisites: BIO 113 AND (BIO 206 OR BIO 207)
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-3)
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