73305SYL - COURSE SYLLABUS SPRING QUARTER 2005 HUMAN...

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COURSE SYLLABUS SPRING QUARTER 2005 HUMAN GENETICS MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY/MOLECULAR GENETICS/PATHOLOGY 733 10:30 – 11:18 MWF STARLING-LOVING HALL ROOM 100 320 West 10th Avenue Instructors : Arthur Burghes Dept. Molecular & Cellular Biochemistry 363 Hamilton Hall 688-4759 burghes.1@osu.edu Paul Fuerst Department of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 386 Aronoff Laboratory 292-6403 fuerst.1@osu.edu Thomas Prior Dept. of Pathology 121 Hamilton Hall 292-5484 prior-1@medctr.osu.edu
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Description : This course is a midlevel introduction to the principles of analysis of the human genome. A broad range of topics will be considered. The course is aimed at graduate students in the life sciences, medical students and residents, and senior undergraduates in biology, genetics, biochemistry or anthropology. We assume that all students have had a course in general genetics, at least equivalent to the material in Molecular Genetics 500 or in Molecular genetics 605-606. This would include principles of Mendelian (transmission) genetics, and molecular genetics topics such as structure of
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2008 for the course EEOB 733 taught by Professor Burghes during the Spring '05 term at Ohio State.

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