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Dept. Biology Biological Imaging: BioU581 or BioG281 Draft Syllabus Northeastern University Spring, 2007 Dates will be updated
 

Summary: Dept. Biology Biological Imaging: BioU581 or BioG281 Draft Syllabus
Northeastern University Spring, 2007 Dates will be updated
Dr. Donald M. O'Malley, 422 Richards
Text: Molecular Biology of the Cell, Alberts, 4th Edition
Meets: Mon, Wed, Thurs: 10:30 to 11:35
This course assumes a basic (not advanced) understanding of biochemistry and cell biology. Everyone
should skim through Chapters 1-3; the general gist should be at least somewhat intelligible, although I don't
expect anyone to know every detail! note: Sept. 23rd
is the last day for undergrads to drop a class without
a "W", while Nov. 18th
is the last day to drop with a "W".
Lecture Schedule: Ignore days and dates (will be updated prior to Spring Semester)
Week Day/Date Lecture Topic: Reading Assignment
1 Wed 9/7 Course Overview, Introduction to Photons Skim Chaps 1-3
Thur 9/8 Optical Physics for Light Microscopy BB slides
2 Mon 9/12 Cell Imaging Methods Overview Chap. 9
Wed 9/14 Cell Biology: A Tour of the Cell Text - Chaps 1-3
Thur 9/15 EM: guest lecturer Dan Scheirer Chap. 9
3 Mon 9/19 Fluorescence Microscopy, Taylor and Salmon handout
Wed 9/21 GFP Cubitt et al., 1995; Lippincott Schwartz article handout & PDF

  

Source: Ayers, Joseph - Marine Science Center & Department of Biology, Northeastern University

 

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