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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18

BIOL 67 The Biology of Fungi and Parasites that Cause Disease

This course will focus on the molecular features of fungi and parasites that form the basis of strategies for adhering to and invading human host cells and tissues. The difficulties associated with development of drugs that neutralize eukaryotic fungi and parasites, but do not harm mammalian cells, heighten the importance of research on fungi and parasites and emphasize the unique aspects of eukaryotic pathogens compared to bacteria. Fungi, which are major pathogens in AIDS and other immunosuppressed patients, and parasites, such as malaria, which devastate human populations world-wide, will be emphasized.




BIOL 12 and BIOL 13 and one from among BIOL 40, BIOL 45, or CHEM 41. BIOL 46 and BIOL 42 are both recommended but not required.

Distributive and/or World Culture


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