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1462 Clifton Rd 308
We will explore the structure and function of cells at the molecular level. Major themes to be explored include membrane organization, protein trafficking and targeting, membrane transport, cytoskeleton structure and cell motility, cell adhesion, cell signaling, and the cell cycle. Where relevant, current medical issues associated with cellular dysfunction will be presented.
This course will fulfill Column A for the Biology major.
Required Textbooks, Articles, and Resources
- Molecular Cell Biology, 6th Edition (WH Freeman). ISBN: 9781429203142.
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|Exams||There will be three exams.|
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