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An advanced course on using genetics and genomics to solve modern problems in biology. The course will explore how genetics and genomics data can be used to understand ancestry and health, and how genes interact with diet and drugs to produce variation. Students will investigate ethical and counselling issues related to personal genomic data. Genetic variation, with an emphasis on humans, will be described, alongside its use in forensics. The newfound role of RNA in regulating gene expression will be covered.
|2018||Semester Two full semester||Internal||Auckland Campus|
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