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BIOLOGY 3020.03 ADVANCED CELL BIOLOGY
 

Summary: BIOLOGY 3020.03
ADVANCED CELL BIOLOGY
COURSE INFORMATION
Professor: Patrice Côté
DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY
BIOL 3020.03 Advanced Cell Biology Syllabus
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Course description
For a cell to function normally, it is crucial that information from the environment
be properly integrated. As such, the failure of signalling mechanisms is often
responsible for developmental abnormalities and devastating conditions such as
cancer and inflammatory diseases. The importance of cell signaling (or signal
transduction) has manifested itself in recent years by the explosion in the number
of publications in the area and has become unavoidable to anyone willing to
pursue work in virtually all the branches of life science. Through a systematic
review of structural and functional aspects of signaling pathway components, and
by discussing original articles in class, the participants will gain the practical
knowledge necessary to decipher and critically analyze current research in this
complex field.
Prerequisite

  

Source: Adl, Sina - Department of Biology, Dalhousie University

 

Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology