Spring 2023 - BISC 834 G100
Essential Cell Biology (3)
Class Number: 5433
Delivery Method: In Person
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Prerequisites:Permission of the course co-ordinator.
Review of basic processes in cell biology including, but not limited to, cell adhesion/migration, cytoskeleton, endo/exocytosis, intracellular trafficking, signal transduction, ion homeostasis, energy generation, protein processing/apoptosis, post-translation modifications, genomics. A review of each topic will be followed by an introduction to cutting-edge work in this field.
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