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MB&B104Molecules, Microbes, and Man
MB&B109Light and Life: Vision, Photosynthesis, DNA, and Melanoma
MB&B119Biology and Chemistry in the Modern World: A Survey of Drugs and Disease
MB&B160Science and Modernism
MB&B170Introductory Biology
MB&B182Principles of Biology II
MB&B192Principles of Biology II--Laboratory
MB&B209Research Frontiers in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
MB&B232Immunology
MB&B265Bioinformatics Programming
MB&B301Foundations of Molecular Biophysics
MB&B304Virology
MB&B306Self-Perpetuating Structural States in Biology, Genetics, and Disease
MB&B310Mechanisms of Protein Trafficking Within Eukaryotes
MB&B313Molecular, Proteomic, and Cell Biological Analysis of Telomere Composition and Function
MB&B314Mechanisms of Chromosome Segregation
MB&B321Biomedicinal Chemistry
MB&B322Mechanisms of Protein Trafficking Within Prokaryotes
MB&B325Introduction to Biomolecular Structure
MB&B328Topics in Eukaryotic Genetics: Transcription
MB&B330Molecular and Cellular Basis of Human Diseases
MB&B333Gene Regulation
MB&B337Molecular Basis of Pathogenicity
MB&B350Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics
MB&B375The Cell-Division Cycle and Cancer
MB&B382Practical NMR
MB&B385Enzyme Kinetics
MB&B395Structural Biology Laboratory
MB&B506Self-Perpetuating Structural States in Biology, Genetics, and Disease
MB&B509Foundations of Molecular Biophysics
MB&B510Mechanisms of Protein Trafficking Within Eukaryotes
MB&B513Molecular, Proteomic, and Cell Biological Analysis of Telomere Composition and Function
MB&B514Mechanisms of Chromosome Segregation
MB&B522Mechanisms of Protein Trafficking Within Prokaryotes
MB&B528Topics in Eukaryotic Genetics: Transcription
MB&B530Molecular and Cellular Basis of Human Diseases
MB&B533Gene Regulation
MB&B537Molecular Basis of Pathogenicity
MB&B550Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics
MB&B558Research Seminars in Molecular Biology
MB&B575The Cell-Division Cycle and Cancer

Spring 2009 Courses Not Offered       Home       Archive       Search       MBB
MB&B101Nutrition in Health & Disease
MB&B102Real Science Versus Psuedoscience
MB&B104Molecules, Microbes, and Man
MB&B107The Science of Human Health: Microbiology and Immunology
MB&B110The Fundamental Biology of Wo/man and Its Implications in Health
MB&B119Biology and Chemistry in the Modern World: A Survey of Drugs and Disease
MB&B170Introductory Biology
MB&B202Science and Film: Defining Human Identity
MB&B203Copernicus, Darwin, and the Human Genome Project
MB&B208Molecular Biology
MB&B210Genomics: Modern Genetics, Bioinformatics, and the Human Genome Project
MB&B227Microscopic Cell Anatomy and Physiology
MB&B231Microbiology
MB&B232Immunology
MB&B304Virology
MB&B305Mechanisms of DNA Damage and Repair
MB&B310Mechanisms of Protein Trafficking Within Eukaryotes
MB&B318The Molecular Biology of Ribosome Biogenesis and Function
MB&B322Mechanisms of Protein Trafficking Within Prokaryotes
MB&B325Introduction to Biomolecular Structure
MB&B328Topics in Eukaryotic Genetics: Transcription
MB&B330Molecular and Cellular Basis of Human Diseases
MB&B350Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics
MB&B375The Cell-Division Cycle and Cancer
MB&B381Physical Chemistry for the Life Sciences
MB&B383Biochemistry
MB&B387Enzyme Mechanisms
MB&B395Structural Biology Laboratory
MB&B500Graduate Pedagogy
MB&B505Mechanisms of DNA Damage and Repair
MB&B510Mechanisms of Protein Trafficking Within Eukaryotes
MB&B518The Molecular Biology of Ribosome Biogenesis and Function
MB&B519Structural Mechanisms of Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions
MB&B520Topics in Nucleic Acid Structure
MB&B522Mechanisms of Protein Trafficking Within Prokaryotes
MB&B528Topics in Eukaryotic Genetics: Transcription
MB&B530Molecular and Cellular Basis of Human Diseases
MB&B550Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics
MB&B575The Cell-Division Cycle and Cancer
MB&B581Physical Chemistry for the Life Sciences

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