BIMM100F09

BIMM100F09 - Syllabus – BIMM100 Fall Quarter 2009 Welcome...

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Syllabus – BIMM100 Fall Quarter 2009 Welcome to Molecular Biology! The goal of this course is for you to gain an understanding of biology from a much broader perspective than you may have received from previous courses. We will cover the core processes of a cell, that of DNA replication, transcription and translation, in addition to equally important topics including molecular biology lab techniques, the organization of the genome, and viruses. Most importantly, I hope this class will give you a new outlook on studying biology. You may be accustomed to classes which reward you for memorizing the proteins in a complex or the intermediates in a pathway, but I will be focusing more on understanding the mechanism of a process and how each specific process affects the cell as a whole. My name is Brian Sato and I am a Faculty Fellow. I earned my Ph.D. from my thesis work in the Hampton lab studying protein quality control in the endoplasmic reticulum. Currently, I’m conducting research in the Wilhelm lab concerning the mechanism of mRNA localization and regulation in fly development. Feel free to email me anytime with questions at bsato@ucsd.edu . Office Hours
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2010 for the course BILD 661039 taught by Professor Mel during the Fall '09 term at UCSB.

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BIMM100F09 - Syllabus – BIMM100 Fall Quarter 2009 Welcome...

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