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BIO 351 - Molecular Genetics: Cancer Biology

Advances in molecular genetics have led to a revolution in our understanding of cancer. This course will examine the molecular basis of cancer, including topics in the origins of the mutations that cause cancer, interactions between cancer cells and normal cells, tumor cell biology, mechanisms of metastasis, as well as common treatments and the current development of new chemotherapies. Students in this course will merge concepts from biology, genetics, and biochemistry as they learn the molecular and genetic aspects of cancer.

Prerequisite: BIO231/232

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $70.00

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