BIO 309 - Genomics
M. Campbell, D. Thurtle-Schmidt
Students use published resources to understand how genome-scale information (e.g., DNA sequences, genome variations, transcriptomes, proteomes, and clinical studies) can provide a systems biology perspective. Students also use databases and bioinformatics tools to analyze data and post their analyses online. May be taken simultaneously with BIO 343.
Counts as an elective in the Data Science interdisciplinary minor.
Prerequisites & Notes
Successful compeletion of BIO 111/113 and 112/114 and one of the following: BIO 201, 202, 208/238, 209, 303, 306/336, 307/337, 333, or 343 are required. Satisfies group A only in combination with BIO 343.
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