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CMCA 551S Control of the Cell Cycle and Cell Death 2.0 Credits

This course focuses on recent advances in our understanding of the Cell Cycle and Cell Death. Control of the cell cycle is essential for proper cell proliferation. Similarly, controlled cell death, or apoptosis, is important for removing cells that are sick or defective. Disfunction of these processes is fundamental to many mechanisms of cancer development and clinical treatment. The course is run as a discussion-based format that focuses on primary literature pertaining to breakthroughs or new methods related to Cell Cycle and Cell Death.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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