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BIO 565 - Modern Genetics

Lectures and laboratory exercises stressing current knowledge in the field of genetics, including sources of normal and abnormal human phenotypes, gene function and regulation, genetic engineering and its applications, immunogenetics, developmental and behavioral genetics. Offered summer semester every third year. Prerequisites: bachelors degree and familiarity with Mendelian genetics.

Credits: 3

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