Biology 392 The Cell Cycle and Cancer
Lecture and Discussion: Course will be taught again during the 2011-2012 academic year
|Paul G. Greenwood|
Office - Arey 114
Lab - Arey 113A
Ext. - 5732
At right: Nobel Laureate Tim Hunt shows the class an old model of cohesin function
1) To gain a detailed understanding of how cellular propagation is stimulated and controlled.
You should read virtually all of this book by the end of the course, but you may do so at your own pace. Specific assigned readings will come from a variety of primary papers and review articles (See "Course Schedule" below). You will also be finding papers and readings on your own. A copy of a basic cell biology book will also be useful to you for review, and for additional information about some of the class topics.
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