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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2016-17


BIOL 69 Cell Signaling

This course will focus on how signals are transmitted from the cell surface into changes in cellular function. Detailed analysis of specific membrane receptors, second-messenger systems, and protein kinases will be presented as well as how these components are integrated into larger "systems" such as apoptosis, metabolic signaling, synaptic transmission, and sensory transduction. Particular emphasis will be on the biochemical analysis of the pathways and their individual components as well as how these pathways are impaired in certain disease states. The course will consist of lectures and weekly discussions of recent primary literature.

Instructor

Dolph

Prerequisite

BIOL 12 and BIOL 13, and at least one course from among: BIOL 37, BIOL 40, BIOL 45, CHEM 41.

Distributive and/or World Culture

SCI

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Offered

17S, 18S: 10A