HSCI-356 Genome Instability and Human Disease
Spring for 2017-2018
Our genome is subjected to multiple insults from endogenous and exogenous environmental sources that disturb its integrity. This seminar course will focus on the topic of genome instability and its relation to human disease, providing background and historical development of studies, and focusing on molecular mechanisms of these pathways while incorporating current developments in these areas.

This course is cross listed with BIOL-374.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: HSCI-101, HSCI-102 OR BIOL-103, BIOL-104; HSCI-355 OR BIOL-152; HSCI-310 OR BIOL-170 OR by permission of the instructor(s)
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