MIIM 521S Biotechniques I: Molecular and Genomic Methods 2.0 Credits
A review of the molecular, cellular and computational methods that underlie modern biotechnology, drug discovery and development. The focus is on experimental techniques used to manipulate nucleic acids and to research the interaction of proteins with nucleic acids. Strengths and limitations of the procedures are considered, and their suitability for either a basic or industrial research setting evaluated. Complements MIIM 522S Biotechniques II.
College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences Professional Studies Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
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