GCD 4025: Cell Biology, Development & Regeneration Laboratory

3 Credits

This course is designed for juniors and seniors to learn experimental approaches and techniques to study cellular processes and stem cell biology during animal development and tissue regeneration. Students will be exposed to the advantages of different model systems that include cultured cells, chick, C. elegans and zebrafish. Students will learn to manipulate the cytoskeleton, perform cell differentiation, RNAi and regeneration assays, and to image both fixed tissue and live animal samples with conventional light microscopes as well as cutting edge technology, including super-resolution and multi-photon microscopes. prereq: Biol 2003/2003H or instructor permission; Recommended prerequisite: Biol 4004 or GCD 4005W (priority enrollment to GCD majors)

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