(F) Biochemistry (3)
concepts of protein biochemistry and metabolism for first-year Ph.D. students.
Winkelmann. Prerequisite: One year organic chemistry. Corequisite: 16:115:502.
(F) Biochemistry (Molecular Biology) (3)
Modern concepts of nucleic acid biochemistry and
metabolism for first-year Ph.D. students.
Prerequisite: One year organic chemistry. Corequisite: 16:115:501.
(F) Ethical Scientific Conduct (1)
Introduction to ethical issues of scientific investigation, including
intellectual property, plagiarism, conflict of interest, human and animal
subjects, and record keeping.
Intended for Ph.D. candidates in the biomedical sciences.
Quantitative Problems in Biological Sciences (2)
problems typically encountered in current biological sciences
research. Practical applications and laboratory experiments.
Martin. Corequisites: Biochemistry and molecular biology 501.
(S) Molecular Genetics (3)
and eukaryotic molecular genetics. Bacteria, bacteriophage, yeast, nematodes,
Drosophila, plants, and mammals.
Vershon. Prerequisites: 16:115:501, 502.
Advanced Cell Biology (3)
analysis of eukaryotic cells, including cell structure, receptors,
cell-cell interactions, cytoskeleton, growth, differentiation, and
Pintar, Walworth. Prerequisites: 16:115:501,502.
Corequisites: 16:681:502, 16:695:612.
Special Topics in Molecular and Cell Biology I,II (1,1)
First semester: student seminars and discussions based on assigned literature
readings in biochemistry and molecular genetics, with emphasis on
structure and function of macromolecules. Second semester: student seminars
and discussions based on assigned literature readings in molecular cell
biology, with emphasis on molecular approaches to cellular structures
and activities in eukaryotic cells.
Corequisites: 16:681:502; 16:695:601.
Laboratory Rotation in Molecular and Cell Biology I,II (4, 2 or 4)
Students participate in research projects in the laboratories of selected faculty members.