Bphys/Biol-E 101 = HST 508 = GEN224
Intersection (not union) of:
Instructor: George Church
Teaching fellows: Lan Zhang (head), Chih Liu, Mike Jones, J. Singh,
Faisal Reza, Tom Patterson, Woodie Zhao, Xiaoxia Lin, Griffin Weber
Computer S
- cience
& Math
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Integrate 1: Minimal & exponential
Systems (last week)
Integrate 1: Minimal & exponential
Systems (last week)
Life & computers : Self-assembly
Math: be aware of assumptions & approximations
Big questions: How can we define (& design)
General biology (self
Integrate 2: Last week's take home lessons
Elements & Purification
Systems Biology & Applications of Models
Life Components & Interconnections
Continuity of Life & Central Dogma
Qualitative Models & Evidence
Functional Genomics & Quantitative models
Mutat
DNA1:
DNA2: Aligning ancient diversity
(Last week)
Types of mutants
Mutation, drift, selection
Binomial for each
Association studies 2 statistic
Linked & causative alleles
Alleles, Haplotypes, genotypes
Computing the first genome,
the second .
New technol
Problem Set 2
Please make sure to show your work and calculations and state any assumptions you
make in answering the following questions. Include the names of the people you worked
with at the top of your problem set.
1. Sequence Alignment (35 points)
1.
Problem Set 3
(Due Oct. 28th, Tuesday, 8pm EST)
Please make sure to show your work and calculations and state any assumptions you
make in answering the following questions. Include the names of the people you worked
with at the top of your problem set.
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Problem Set 1
Please make sure to show your work and calculations and state any assumptions you
make in answering the following questions. Include the names of the people you worked
with at the top of your problem set.
I. Biology (35 Points total)
1
DNA a
Problem Set 4
(Due Nov. 11th, Tuesday, 8pm EST)
Please make sure to show your work and calculations and state any assumptions you
make in answering the following questions. Include the names of the people you worked
with at the top of your problem set.
He
Problem Set 5
(Due Dec. 9th, Tuesday, 8pm EST)
Please make sure to show your work and calculations and state any assumptions you
make in answering the following questions. Include the names of the people you worked
with at the top of your problem set.
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