BIOL 333 - Cell Culture in Research Methods
Semester Offered: First Semester, Second Semester
Credits (Range): 2 hours
The second semester offering of this course is canceled effective 01.27.2009.
An introduction to the principles and techniques for culturing animal cells as well as practical skills that will allow students to function independently in a research lab. Topics include propagation of adherent and suspension cells, media preparation, lab safety, contaminant detection, cryopreservation, proliferation assays, apoptosis detection, and use of antibodies to detect cellular molecules. Students are expected to work independently for three to four hours per week in addition to scheduled group meetings. Enrollment Limit: 8.
Instructor: R. Salter
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: BIOL 213/214.
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