BCHB-529 Biotechnology-Based Human Diagnostics
Spring for 2013-2014
Hartmann, D., Nontanovan, V., and guest faculty
This lecture and laboratory course is designed to introduce biotechnology procedures as they relate to medical applications for the development of human diagnostics. Areas of emphasis will include diagnostic tests for cancer, genetic diseases and the detection of infectious agents. Laboratory experiments emphasize PCR, insitu hybridization, immunology and immunohistology.
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