CANCELLED - Genetic Analysis of Development II

NOTE - THIS COURSE IS NO LONGER BEING OFFERED.  IF YOU REQUIRE THIS COURSE PLEASE CONTACT THE STUDENT SERVICES OFFICE TO MAKE ALTERNATIVE ARRANGEMENTS.

This companion course to MGY451H1 moves on to cover the more complex animal models of development and disease - the fruit fly, zebrafish and mouse. Advanced genetic principles and approaches used in the study of these animals are introduced, and applied to highly conserved genetic and molecular peocesses that give rise to common structures such as the limbs, nervous system and eyes. Students completing this course should be able to understand and evaluate any study that makes use of these three major model systems.


Prerequisite: BIO260H1/HMB265H1, MGY311Y1/CSB349H1/BCH311H1

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