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W4001x - Advanced Genetic Analysis

Prerequisites: For undergrads:Introductory Genetics (W3031)and permission of the instructor. This seminar course provides a detailed presentation of areas in classical and molecular genetics for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students. Topics include transmission genetics, gain and loss of function mutations, genetic redundancy, suppressors, enhancers, epistasis, expression patterns, using transposons, and genome analysis. The course is a mixture of lectures, student presentations, seminar discussions, and readings from the original literature. Undergraduates wishing to take the course need to have taken Genetics W3031 or its equivalent and received the instructor's permission. Enrollment is limited to 25 students.

Number of Credits: 3
Semester: fall  2013

Course Sections

Section Number: 001
Section Title: Graduate Core Course: Advanced Genetic Analysis
Location: 800 Fairchild
Days of the Week: Tuesday
Start Time: 1:10 pm
End Time: 3:55 pm
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Instructor: Martin Chalfie