Biology 437: Laboratory on DNA Manipulation

Professor: Robert Kranz

This course provides investigation-driven research on experimental manipulation of DNA and RNA molecules. This includes the construction, isolation and analysis of plasmids, RNA, PCR products and DNA sequencing. Molecular cloning (genetic engineering), gene knockouts (mutants), RNA isolation, RT-PCR, microarray projects are carried out. Prerequisite: Bio 2960 and Bio 2970. One hour of lecture and eight hours of laboratory each week. This course fulfills the upper-level laboratory requirement for the Biology major. Enrollment is limited to 12. A laboratory fee is required for students who are not full-time Washington University undergraduates. 4 units.

All of the course material will be posted on Blackboard

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