384 Singson Syllabus 11

384 Singson Syllabus 11 - Genetic Analysis I. 447:384 Part...

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Genetic Analysis I. 447:384 Part 2 Dr. Andrew Singson Lectures starting on October 20, 2011 Topics Covered 1. Introduction, course organization, grading policies. How to find a research lab. PubMed Demo. What is basic science? Scientific Inference, methods and the scientific method. The tenants of molecular genetics. 2. Advances in genetics are ongoing current events. 3. Introduction to Biochemicals: Components of living cells “the molecules of life”. 4. The Central Dogma. 5. Molecules and their relationship to outwardly visible traits. 6. Identification of DNA as the genetic material (start of microbial genetics). 7. The physical properties of DNA and RNA (overview). 8. Overview of DNA replication, transcription and translation. 9. Microbial genetics: Bacterial and viral genetics and molecular biology. 10. Details of DNA replication. 11. Details of Transcription. 12. Details of Translation. 13. DNA and RNA modifications.
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384 Singson Syllabus 11 - Genetic Analysis I. 447:384 Part...

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