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BIOL 43600 Neurobiology

Session Offered:

Fall,Summer Credit 3.0

Prerequisites:

BIOL 23100 and 23200 or BIOL 23000 and BME 20100.

Description:

This course covers key aspects in molecular, cellular, and developmental neurobiology. Topics include: Cell biology of neurons and glial cells, electrophysiological properties of neurons, electrical and chemical signaling between neurons, synaptic integration and plasticity, development and regeneration of the nervous system, nervous system diseases. Up-to-date research findings and techniques will be included. A basic knowledge of cell biology and protein structure and function is strongly recommended.

Instructor(s):
DANIEL SUTER

E-mail:
dsuter@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

Textbook

Title: From Neuron to Brain

Author: Martin, Brown, Diamond, Cattaneo, and De-Miguel

ISBN: 9781605354392

Edition: 6th

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