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203.340 Applied Molecular Biology (15 credits)
A course on the advanced methods and applications of molecular biology in academia, agriculture, and industry to address topics ranging from pollution to disease. Topics include cutting edge techniques in molecular biology including CRISPR, gene editing and cloning, protein engineering, genomics, and synthetic biology, with an emphasis on examples from New Zealand. Students will do practical course work that complements and illustrates concepts presented in the lectures.
122.231 or 203.240
General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 200 level.
- Restriction(s): 203.300
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