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2019-2020 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog


CMB 351 - Bioinformatics: Tools and Techniques for Life Scientists

In the age of genomics, bioinformatics has become an integral component of all life sciences. This course will focus on practical applications of bioinformatics resources and tools for solving problems in life sciences. Major topics include biological databases, sequence analysis, molecular phylogeny, microarray data analysis, proteomics and genomics. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: Junior standing, BIO 120 or ( CMB 155 and CMB 156); and either ( CMB 250 or BIO 375), or permission of instructor.

Credits: 3



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