BME110: Computational Biology Tools

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Hands-on lectures and laboratory geared to teach basic tools and skills used in computational biology (genome browsers, sequence database searching, motif analysis, multiple sequence alignment, gene finders, phylogenetics analysis, protein structure visualization, and others). Web-based tools/databases are used on student laptops. Open to all science students; no prior programming or Unix experience required. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 100 or BIOL 105 or BIOC 100A or declared BINF major. Enrollment limited to 25. T. Lowe, D. Gerloff

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    David Lee Bernick (dbernick)
    khmiga 7121 (khmiga 7121)
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Hands-on lectures and laboratory geared to teach basic tools and skills used in computational biology (genome browsers, sequence database searching, motif analysis, multiple sequence alignment, gene finders, phylogenetics analysis, protein structure visualization, and others.) Web based tools/databases are used on student laptops. Open to all science students; no programming or UNIX familiarity required. (Also offered as Biology: Molecular Cell & Dev 181. Students cannot receive credit for both courses). Pre-requisite(s): Biology 100, 105, or Biochemistry 100A or declared Bioinformatics majors. Enrollment limited to 25.

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