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BIOL 55001 Eukaryotic Molecular Biology

Session Offered:

Spring Credit 3

Prerequisites:

This is not a first course in molecular biology.  Students are expected to have taken a molecular biology course such as BIOL 415, the equivalent, or have obtained the permission of the instructor

Description:

Eukaryotic Molecular Biology will be a general survey course intended for advanced undergrads and beginning grad students.  The course will draw upon examples from the plant, animal, and fungal kingdoms, and will familiarize students with the basic principles of molecular biology analyses as they apply to eukaryotic organisms.  By the end of the course students should have knowledge of these molecular processes and should be able to design and analyze experiments dealing with these topics.  This is not a first course in molecular biology.  Recommended BIOL 41500

Instructor(s):
STANTON GELVIN

E-mail:
gelvin@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

Textbook

Title: Lewin's Essential Genes

ISBN: 9781449644796

Author: Krebs, Goldstein, and Kilpatrick

Edition: 4

Available in paperback, not 4th edition, but much cheaper

Notes:

Departmental permission required



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