Molecular Cell Biology
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3
  • Lab: 3 (biweekly)

A lecture and laboratory course covering the molecular basis of cell structure and function, with an emphasis on Eukaryotes. Topics will include an advanced understanding of genomic organization, regulation of gene expression and cell signalling. An understanding of how the flow of genetic information informs the structure, function and development of membranes, organelles and important processes in the cell will also be covered. This foundation will allow for broad examination of genetic diseases, genomics, transcriptomics and other burgeoning areas in molecular biology.

Additional Course Information
BI226; BI236 or co-requisite
one of CH354 or CH356.