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CBIO 455. Molecular Biology I. 4 Units.

Part of the first semester curriculum for first year graduate students along with CBIO 453. This course is designed to give students an intensive introduction to prokaryotic and eukaryotic molecular biology. Topics include protein structure and function, DNA and chromosome structure, DNA replication, RNA transcription and its regulation, RNA processing, and protein synthesis. Important methods in molecular biology are also presented. This course is suitable for graduate students entering most areas of basic biomedical research. Undergraduate courses in biochemistry, cell and molecular biology are excellent preparation for this course. Recommended preparation: Undergraduate biochemistry or molecular biology.

Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences

...Cell and Molecular Biology ( CBIO 453 Cell Biology I / CBIO 455 Molecular Biology I ) that...

Department of Pathology

...core courses include CBIO 453 Cell Biology I (4 credits), CBIO 455 Molecular Biology I...

Department of Pharmacology

...Biology and Molecular Biology ( CBIO 453 Cell Biology I , CBIO 455 Molecular Biology I ) and...

Graduate Programs in the Biomedical Sciences

...Cell and Molecular Biology ( CBIO 453 Cell Biology I , CBIO 455 Molecular Biology I ). These...