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BIO 123B: Cell and Developmental Biology II

This is the second of a two course series that explores organizing principles of development at the molecular, cellular and tissue level. Students will learn the biochemical and cellular mechanisms by which cells shape and interpret development signals in order to accomplish important developmental tasks such as directed cell movement, regulated growth of organs and tissues, and the establishment of cell-type specific gene expression. Emphasis will be placed on experimental logic and methods with discussions of primary research papers. Prerequisite: Enrollment in BIO 123B requires completion of BIO 123A.
Terms: Win | Units: 4
Instructors: Simon, M. (PI)
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