BME140: Bioinstrumentation

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Introduction to theory, design, and application of bioinstrumentation in clinical, pharmaceutical , and biotechnology laboratories. Highly recommended for students planning careers in the biomolecular industries. Typical topics and demonstrations include thermocycler, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), pyrosequencing, fabless nanofabrication, ion-sensitive measurements, microarray fabrication, and fluorescent-activated cell sorter (FACS). Prerequisite(s): course 5, or Biology 100, or Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 100A. N. Pourmand

5 Credits

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