IDSP 117

Methods in Biomedical Sciences: Recombinant DNA and Cell Biology (1 credit)

Faculty Member in charge:
Shari Meyers, Ph.D.[email protected]
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
When course is offered:
Spring, Annually
Prerequisites for course:
None

Description of course: Goals are the same as for IDSP 116. This course covers recombinant DNA methods including cloning and gene expression, DNA sequencing, PCR, and mutagenesis. The course also covers analysis of nucleic acids and proteins, including interaction detection methods, genomics and proteomics and also covers direct observation methods of analysis and immunological methods. There will be one exam at the end of the course.