2010-2011 Academic Catalog 
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2010-2011 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BCMB 228 - Molecular Genetics

Type of Course: Lecture, Seminar
Explores recent discoveries in the molecular genetics of prokaryotes and eukaryotes, with emphasis on new findings related to catalytic activities of RNA. Topics include: protein synthesis, RNA transcription, gene regulation, RNA splicing, catalytic RNA and origins of living systems. Intended primarily for seniors and graduate students.

Prerequisites: BCMB 271  or BIOL 118  or permission of instructor.

Cross Listed: BCMB 328, BIOL 228 , BIOL 328 , CHEM 228 , CHEM 328 

Instructor: Mr. Thurlow

When Offered: Offered every year

Faculty: David Thurlow, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry Director, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Program